Peace Ambassador urges Ghanaians to maintain peace
Nkawkaw, Aug. 28, GNA – Miss Angela Mensah, the eight-year-old Ghanaian peace ambassador, has called on all to have confidence in the Supreme Court judges as they prepare to give verdict on the 2012 Election Petition.
She said Ghanaians had to accept the verdict by the Supreme Court to maintain the relative peace the country had been enjoying.
Miss Mensah was addressing a peace festival organized by Life Fm, a private radio station based at Nkawkaw, ahead of the verdict.
She urged all to observe August 29 as a day of justice, unity, peace, harmony and stability and not a day of judgment.
‘Our forefathers sacrificed to bring the nation this far, and now, it is our turn to work together in unity to move it forward,’ she said.
The Peace Ambassador the winner of the petition to present an olive branch to the other party for a peaceful co-existence and to together, find solutions to the nation’s challenges of unemployment, bribery and corruption.
In an address read on his behalf Nana Kwame Agyei, the Chief Executive Officer of Life FM, said the aim of the peace festival was to ensure peace and stability in the country after the Supreme Court verdict.
He called on the supporters of political parties to ensure law and order after the verdict.
Mr. Raphael Arthur Wilson, Kwahu West Municipal Director of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), advised the parties to accept the verdict and cooperate with each other to strengthen the country’s democracy.
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