VEEP urges Ghanaians to preserve national peace

Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has charged Ghanaians to put the peace and stability of the country first in all things.

He said as the election day gets closer, Ghanaians must conduct themselves in a peaceful manner to enhance the country’s development agenda.

Speaking at the 2016 Peace Festival of the Musama Disco Christo Church at Mozano in the Central Region, Mr Amissah-Arthur reiterated government’s commitment to national peace.

He urged other political actors to help preserve the peace.

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