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Peace Council To Promote Peace Among Political Parties

The National Peace Council has announced that it will meet with various political parties and security organizations in the coming days to discuss the recent rise in incendiary remarks made by politicians.

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The Council’s statement follows an assertion by Abetifi Member of Parliament Bryan Acheampong that the NPP will not cede power to the National Democratic Congress (NDC), adding that it will use every legal means to do so.

The Chairman of the Peace Council, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi, urged politicians to exercise caution in their public statements in the run-up to the 2024 general elections in an interview with Citi News.

We want to encourage to the political actors to use caution and protect what they say and how they say it after receiving certain footage from both the NDC and the NPP that we believe needs to be addressed. To evaluate the topics we covered, identify our current issues, and choose the best course of action moving forward is what we want to do when we call the parties to the table.

Dr. Adu-Gyamfi also said that a conference with the various security services has been planned by the Council to discuss potential conflict situations.

“We’ve also scheduled a meeting with the security agencies for next month to discuss the issues that need to be resolved before the next elections. These discussions will be ongoing.”

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Dr. Adu-Gyamfi responded, “If anybody does something that is criminal, we expect the security agencies to take up the responsibility if they think so,” in response to the question of whether Bryan Acheampong, an Abetifi politician, should be penalized for recent utterances deemed careless.




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