Chairman of the Council of State, Daasebre Otuo Serebour II is asking Ghanaians from all the political divides to assist members of the new council to excel by volunteering information on national interest.
He believes such important information would adequately inform members of the council to enable them to offer constructive criticism to President Nana Akufo-Addo.
Daasebre Otuo Serebour who is also the Omanhene of Juaben in the Ashanti region believes national interest should come first before any political interests.
He made the appeal when officials of Jackson College of Education called on him at his palace and presented a plaque on his appointment as chairman of Council of State on Wednesday.
According to Daasebre Otuo-Serebour, the success of the council will partly depend on how Ghanaians will support it by volunteering information devoid political affiliation.
Meanwhile, Daasebre Otuo-Serebuor has commended the management of Jackson College of Education for their contribution to education.