ACTING PRESIDENT OF TECHIMAN TRADITIONAL COUNCIL ADVOCATES FOR A REFERENDUM DURING 2024 GENERAL ELECTIONS TO AMEND GHANA’S CONSTITUTION.

ACTING PRESIDENT OF TECHIMAN TRADITIONAL COUNCIL ADVOCATES FOR A REFERENDUM DURING 2024 GENERAL ELECTIONS TO AMEND GHANA’S CONSTITUTION.

 

ACTING PRESIDENT OF TECHIMAN TRADITIONAL COUNCIL ADVOCATES FOR A REFERENDUM DURING 2024 GENERAL ELECTIONS TO AMEND GHANA’S CONSTITUTION.

 

Nana Owusu Gyare 2nd, Akwamu Hene and Acting President of Techiman Traditional Council in the Bono East Regional capital is calling on all Stakeholders and well–meaning Ghanaians to push for a referendum during the 2024 general elections to make some major amendments in our Nation’s Constitution.

 

According to the Techiman Akwamu Hene, the tenure of Office of Presidents, Powers of the Executive or President and some other clauses especially the payment of ex-gratia to Article 71 Office holders is hugely draining the nation’s coffers and the major reason why People or Political parties will do everything humanly possible to the extent of shedding blood in order to enter Parliament or come into Government; a system that usually disturbs the Peace of our Country during electioneering and therefore need to be changed immediately.

 

Nana Owusu Gyare made this disclosure in an exclusive interview with Asta Fm’s Nana Kwadwo Adu when the Presbyterian Church of Ghana organized a “Symposium on Peace Campaign” in Techiman ahead of the 2024 Presidential and Parliamentary elections.

 

Nana Owusu Gyare further made a passionate appeal to Nananom, Civil Society Organizations, Religious Groups, NCCE and all Stakeholders to take up this campaign seriously and press upon the Government to make this referendum happen in 2024 to save cost and our dieing democracy because our current Constitution cannot take our nation anywhere.

 

 

Source:flyfmghana.com/Nana Kwadwo Adu

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