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PM Calls For Peace


2008-05-20 22:14:08
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The Presiding Member of the Garu Tempane District, Hon Kpemka Dindiok has made a clarion call on assembly members in the district to carry themselves with great circumspection and decorum in this election year.

He advised the honourable members to ensure that their utterances and conduct brings peace during and after the elections.

Hon. Dindiok said these at the first ordinary meeting of the second session of the district at Garu.

"The bitter experiences of past election violence in Kenya and Zimbabwe are recent examples that should guide our conduct at all times this year", he recalled.

He also called on the security agencies to be vigilant and up to the task to ensure that peace prevails in the district.

He urged the assembly members to educate their constituents on the need to maintain peace, adding that without peace development would be a mirage."

Hon. Dindiok asked the assembly members to fashion out budgets that would take into consideration the urgent needs of people in the area.

"The agricultural health and educational needs of our people must stand out in our deliberations so as to enable us to arrive at far reaching decisions that will catapult us to the next level of development.", he said.

source: ghanadistricts.com

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