Safeguard the peace – NCCE

The National Commission on Civic Education (NCCE) has called on Ghanaians to avoid acts that will disturb the peace before, during and after the December polls.

The South Tongu District Director of the NCCE, Oral-Robert Amenyo, gave the advice at a community durbar at Vume in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region.

It was to sensitise residents on political tolerance and the need to safeguard the peace they are currently enjoying.

The forum also educated the people on the contents of the code of conduct for political parties.

The durbar is part of the ongoing community engagement organised by the Inter-party Dialogue Committee (IPDC) with  support from the South Tongu District Assembly.

The South Tongu District Police Commander, Superintendent of Police, Anthony Aduhene assured the electorate that the elections taskforce in the district has put in place adequate security measures to protect the peace at all the potential flashpoints in the district.

He further expatiated on few of the electoral offences and warned the youths not to allow themselves to be manipulated by politicians.

Togbe Adzrawusu II, who is the vice chairman of the IPDC and the Presiding Member of the South Tongu District Assembly chaired the function and advised Ghanaians to live in peace.


By Lawrence Vomafa-Akpalu




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