The Deputy Bono Regional Director for National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE), Mr. Peter Kwabena Gyasi has advised the citizens of the country to respect the fundamental human rights and freedoms of each and everyone to ensure peace and unity in the country.
He stated that, notwithstanding the number of tribes, religions, and political parties affiliations in the country, one must believe that, Ghana is a unitary state hence the need to maintain peace and harmony, also obey rule of law of the state to develop the peace of the country.
He said this during the National Security project organized by the National Commission for Civic Education in the Jaman North District capital Sampa titled; Secessionist movement, National Cohesion and inclusive participation in Governance.
On his part, the Jaman North District Police Commander, Superintendent Joseph Quainoo, urged Ghanaians especially the youth to avoid mob justice.
He stated that, when someone is caught in wrongdoing being arm robbery or any other criminal issues, the suspect must be brought before police for further and accurate investigations to be conducted rather than beating or killing the suspected wrongdoer.
Reverend Jackson Osafo Ansong, the chairman of Jaman North District Peace council stressed that, the national development is mainly depends on the prevalence of peace, unity and order in the country hence the youth must ensure their actions portray peace to enhance development in the country.