By Christopher Tetteh, Sunyani
Sunyani, December 6, 2020.
Physically challenged persons have on Saturday pleaded for absolute peace and stability as the nation go to the polls in December 7.
Mr. Jacob Kwao, physically challenged, speaking on behalf of members said chaos and violence increases disabilities aside retrogresing a nation’s development.
He noted “the aged, children and the physically disabled were the much vulnerable groups during chaotic period, hence, we plead with political actors and party sympathizers to make this elections a very peaceful one”.
Mr. Kwao said Ghana has always been the peace hub of Africa and we must keep that mark during and after this general elections.
This was said in a sideline interview during a “OneGhana” campaign held in Sunyani by Coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in Governance and Security for peaceful election 2020.
The “OneGhana” campaign walk organized by West Africa Centre for Counter-Extremism (WACCE) and Africa Centre for Security and Counterterrorism was attended by the Sunyani Youth Development Association (SYDA).
It was on the theme “Deepening The Role of CSOs in Ensuring Peaceful Election in December 2020”.
Atta Akoto Junior, the project coordinator for SYDA entreated Ghanaian youth, particularly body builders not to use their muscles to indulge in electoral violence or any acts of lawlessness and insecurity.
He advised members of SYDA to peacefully exercise their civic and constitutional rights on December 7 to make Ghana the winner after the polls.