-Chief of Dunkwa-On-Offin in the Central Region has charged all youth to shun violence as the elections approaches
- The Chief has further called for all political parties noted for instigating violence to be suspended
Chief of Dunkwa-On-Offin in the Central Region, Nana Obeng Nuako II, has charged all youth in the country to shun violence before during and after the November 7 general elections.
The outspoken chief has called for the need for all politicians who incite violence ahead the elections to be named and shamed arguing that such political parties should be erased from the electoral roll.
“Politicians come in different types and it is very important for our sons and daughters to be very careful and vigilant so as not to allow themselves to be used by politicians to promote their (politicians) parochial agenda,” he said.
The Dunkwahene also appealed to the leadership of all the political parties to call their members who go wayward during the campaign period to order so as to preserve the unity, peace and dignity of the country.
As the general elections inches closer, concerns have been raised over the engagement of political parties and the effect they are having on Ghana's political regime. In the meantime, the Ghana police service has registered its resolve to engage all political parties to the promotion of peace and stability rather than political tensions and conflicts