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Kasoa: NPP, NDC Made to Swear An Oath of Peaceful Conduct

The Odupong Traditional Council has caused executives of both the National Democratic Congress and New Patriotic Party to swear an oath to portray a peaceful conduct.
Their move is necessitated by recent violent occurrences erupting out of the Electoral Commission’s Voters registration exercise.
Several acts of violence have been recorded in Kasoa with a recent one in which some properties were damaged prompting a national conversation.
But the chiefs who are custodians of Odupong which encompasses Awutu Senya East have expressed their utter dismay on the developments and called for a cease fire.
At the palace of Nai Awushie Tetteh in Odupong Ofaakor, constituency of chairman of the NPP, Abu Sadat, promised that his party shall not engage in any act of violence and will ensure that peace prevail at the various centers within the constituency for the remaining days of the exercise.

Constituency chairman of the National Democratic Congress, Stephen Ofosu Agyare, vowed that members of his party shall also exhibit a high moral standard and abhor any move that could trigger violence or misunderstanding.

Kasoa: NPP, NDC Made to Swear an Oath of Peaceful ConductSpeaking on behalf of the Chief of Ofaakor, Nenyi Amamuo Nimsaa, Gyaasehene of the Odupong Traditional Council cautioned strongly both political parties to refrain from busing people from different constituencies to have them registered in Kasoa. He emphasized also that any of the political parties that engages in violence shall have its executives summoned to the palace.

The Divisional Police Commander who was present also stated that the police is ready and more poised to combat any group of persons who will foment trouble