Maintain a peaceful environment during Dec 7 elections – IPSPJ to EC, political parties
In a news release on International Day of Peace, the body reminded all Ghanaians to figure towards building a peaceful coexistence and uphold peace before, during and after the December 7 elections.
“The 2020 Theme: Shaping Peace Together can’t be more relevant than a time when the state is preparing for its general elections,” Country Director Ambassador Alexander Obeng Boateng said.
“Each year the International Day of Peace is observed round the world on 21 September. The UN General Assembly has declared this as each day dedicated to strengthening the ideals of peace, through observing 24 hours of non-violence and cease-fire.
“The day is additionally an excellent reminder to the election management body and therefore the Security Service to uphold problems with safety within the conduct of the polls” he added.
The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly.
Two decades later, in 2001, the overall Assembly unanimously voted to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and cease-fire. The United Nations invites all nations and other people to honour a cessation of hostilities during the Day and to otherwise commemorate the Day through education and public awareness on issues associated with peace.
Therefore, the new dates for the mop-up registration exercise in the above mentioned four regions are as follows;
Greater Accra: 24th August, 2020 – 8th September, 2020
Bono: 27th August, 2020 – 11th September, 2020
Bono East: 27th August, 2020 – 11th September, 2020
Ahafo: 27th August, 2020 – 11th September, 2020
However, the mop-up exercise targets Ghanaians aged 15 years and above. Who were unable to register for the Ghana Card during the mass registration exercise.
Also, the National Identification Authority (NIA) entreats applicants to carry along to the registration centres the specified documentation. And also their Ghana Post Digital address.
New Dates For Ghana Card Mop-up Registration in 4 Regions Released – NIA
Renowned actress turned Politician John Dumelo has revealed the first thing he would push for if he is Elected Member of Parliament.
However, John Dumelo who is the Parliamentary candidate for the position National Democratic Congress for the Ayawaso west Wuogon constituency revealed that the first thing he will do is to push for the enforcement of the rent control act.
Therefore, according to the Actor, paying a rent advance of two years and above is very difficult for Citizens. Especially the Youth of the country and that when he becomes Member of Parliament. He will ensure that the rent control Act which only allows for the rent advance payment of up to only six months.
The First Thing I Will do When I Become An MP Is… – John Dumelo Reveals. Check It Out
One of the first things I will do when I get to parliament is to push for the enforcement of the rent control act. We need to pay at most 6 months rent advance. How can we(youth esp) survive in an economy where we have to pay 2 years rent upfront? Not right.We dey bleed. #idey4u
— MrDumelo (@johndumelo1) August 17, 2020