Terrorists Recruitment in Ghana: Hoax or real? And the role …

Terrorists Recruitment in Ghana: Hoax or real? And the role of the media

27-08-2015 Hits:297 Features Sonny Yenibey Namouz - avatar Sonny Yenibey Namouz

In the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks over a decade ago and the coming into the limelight of Osama bin Laden and his infamous terror squad Al-Qaida - Ghana did...

Court to rule on Charles Antwi's case

Court to rule on Charles Antwi's case

25-08-2015 Hits:230 Crime AGN Editor - avatar AGN Editor

Accra, Aug. 25, GNA – An Accra High Court would on August 31, rule on an order of Certiorari filed on behalf of Charles Antwi, the gunman who visited the...

VEEP advocates for people-centered development paradigm

VEEP advocates for people-centered development paradigm

25-08-2015 Hits:602 Politics Christopher Arko, GNA Special Correspondent, Kigali, Rwanda - avatar Christopher Arko, GNA Special Correspondent, Kigali, Rwanda

      Kigali (Rwanda), Aug. 25 GNA – Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has called for the adoption of a new paradigm of development which was people-centred, without yielding to the demands...

CHRAJ calls on stakeholders to ensure peaceful elections

 

Accra, Sept. 20, GNA – The Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ) and the NGOs Forum, on Thursday called on all stakeholders, including the Electoral Commission, political parties, the electorate, religious bodies, security agencies and the youth to ensure that the electoral process was peaceful, credible, free and fair.

    A  statement signed by Richard A. Quayson, Deputy Commissioner, CHRAJ, said September 21 marked the International Day of Peace, a day declared by the UN General Assembly to be devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace within and among all nations and people.

     The Commission  appealed to all Ghanaians to, as the world celebrates the international day of peace, re-dedicate themselves to give peace and tolerance a chance to secure a sustainable future for sustainable development.

    It called on Ghanaians to re-commit themselves to the promotion of peace and tolerance by endeavouring to eschew all tendencies that were likely to disturb the peace of the nation.

    The statement said the CHRAJ, in collaboration with the Human Rights NGOs Forum and other partners, shared the hopes and aspirations expressed by the global community regarding the International Day of Peace and dedicated this year’s celebration to the youth of Ghana.

   It said: "It behoves on all and sundry to strive to attain sustainable peace as there was no sustainable future without sustainable peace and there would be no sustainable development without sustainable peace”.

    The statement urged the youth to ‘think peace, act peace and indeed live in peace and to work hard to ensure a violence free election.

    “As leaders in-waiting, the Ghanaian youth have a role to play in partnering their elders to pursue this year’s theme: “Sustainable Peace for Sustainable Future,” in the 2012 presidential and parliamentary election, the statement said.

    “Ordinarily elections should be times when citizens should rejoice, because it presents opportunities for stock taking and taking decisions that shape our collective future. Unfortunately for us in Ghana and Africa in general, elections have come to symbolise fear and panic and anxiety,” the statement said.

BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS
About the Author
Author: AGN EditorEmail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Other Articles

Inter-Bank Forex Rates

Currencies Buying Selling
USD/ GHS 4.3343 4.3364
GBP/ GHS 6.8300 6.8335
AUD/ GHS 3.3405 3.3426
CAD/ GHS 3.4833 3.4840
JPY/ GHS 0.0355 0.0355
ZAR/ GHS 0.3570 0.3570
EUR/ GHS 4.8471 4.8489

 See More  Last Update: 2nd July, 2015.