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‘Xornam Save Me Peace Campaign’ is slated for June 21 at Anloga

‘Xornam Save Me Peace Campaign’ is slated for June 21 at Anloga  

Ishmael Morrison Tsegah, a United Nations Best Diplomat Delegate in Ghana is set to embark on a Peace Campaign tour on Friday, June 21, 2024 at Anloga Roman Catholic School in the Volta region.

Dubbed: “Xornam Save Me Peace Campaign,” it will among other things promote peace and security among the pupils and the youth as the country prepares towards its General elections in December.

Speaking exclusively to SpotOnNews in Accra on Monday, the Chief Executive Officer of Shy Family Entertainment and Shy TV Afrika, said the project was to teach the pupils and youth to become aware of the dangers insecurity could impose on the peace the country was currently enjoying.

“Our purpose is to teach the school pupils my peace song and deliver a speech about peace and security with the participation of our special diplomatic guest of honour,” he said.

Mr Tsegah stated that the project would also enable his outfit to contribute to the unity agenda of Africa in order to eliminate a potential war, ethnic conflicts and racism through music and diplomacy.

He also called for support from philanthropists and benevolent organisations to help make this peace campaign project a success.

The event which is sponsored by Verna Water, Ghana Education Service, National Peace Council and SpotOnNews among others would see a special participation from the South American Ambassador, Fidelia Graand Galon, Africa Commander for International Police Commission, HRH Col. Kelvin Morgan and the President of the United Nations Youth Association Ghana, W.H Kobina Adomadzi Longdon among others.

Over 600 pupils from both basic level and junior high school of Anloga Roman Catholic are expected to be engaged in the peace campaign.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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