Election 2016 Peace Campaign Launched In Accra

A group photograph of the facilitators at the launch of the event

A group photograph of the facilitators at the launch of the event

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Unity Group of Companies, Dr Kwame Kyei, has launched a peace campaign towards election 2016 in Accra recently.

The peace campaign, under the auspices of Unity Group of Companies and its facilitators, is to promote peace and ensure stability during election 2016.

Nana Oto Darko, a presenter at Light TV in Accra, in his opening remarks at the event, disclosed the core objective of the project, highlighting that the campaign is geared towards “becoming a voice that promotes peace, shared values and rule of law, human right, social and economic standards and to stop ambush politics in Ghana.”

General Manager of Unity Oil, Alfred Arthur Frimpong, reading a speech on behalf of Dr Kyei, pointed out that “Ghana is said to often lead other African nations for her most powerful and open democracies in West Africa and across the continent.”

He continued…“The Republic of Ghana had till now experienced decade of relatively stable political progress. The 1992 Constitution, approved by referendum, establishes the multi-party system of Ghana’s democracy.”

Nana Odupon Okomfo Abeka Sikafo II, president of the Ga Chief Priests Association, also expressed his appreciation to Dr Kyei for using the campaign as a platform to tour the I0 regions in order to maintain peace rather than to fight “against the harmony we have enjoyed for years.”

One of the facilitators for the programme, Steven Ackah from Ankoma Foundation, in an interview with DAILY GUIDE, mentioned that the new flagship programme is to enhance peaceful character among the youth as well as to enrich cultural discussion “as we spur growth and prosperity in 2016. We want to strengthen our communities in Ghana by acting as ambassadors for peace in 2016.”

Other dignitaries present at the launch were Odineho Nii Kofi Abra II, Nii Otukpe I, head of Klornaatope; Nii Adama Pataku IV, chief of Akanmejeya; Naa Kordei I, queen mother of Jamestown; Naa Dede Alba Ohetse of Sempe Manye, Naa Gbegbe I and Naa Otobia from Adonten Otublonum.

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