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Let’s practice behavioural decency to promote peace and Unity ~ NCCE Dir.

The Jaman North District Programs Officer of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), Mr. Okrah Daniel has beseeched Ghanaians to live a decent behavioural character towards the elderly people and other Ghanaian people to promote peace, Unity and strengthen the democratic principles of the country.

Speaking in an interview with Yankee FM’s Odiakopa Afram Denkyirahene, the Jaman North Programs Officer of the NCCE stated that it is very important to admire and respect the elderly people and other colleagues to showcase a character that will improve peace and unity without taking advantage of ones wealth and knowledge to take precedence over others.

Mr. Okrah Daniel

He stressed that Ghanaians must take into account any ideas that are brought to the table by fellow citizens even if it can’t solve the problem at hand to promote the enthusiasm of Ghanaians in generating additional ideas for the country’s development. He also pleaded with Ghanaians to hurry the ethnocentric and language differences by ensuring that we have one Ghana hence we must promote the peace, unity, democracy and the development of the country.

Mr. Okrah Daniel entreated the citizens of the country to develop communal spirit in participating in communal labour and other hygienic practices to ensure the cleanliness and hygiene of our environment to prevent filthy induced infections indicating that we must be nationalistic, show love and remain fair and justice in all that we do devoid of ethnic and language barrier to promote peace and unity.

Story By: Kwaku Mensah Abrampa

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