NHC condemns growing insults on the airwaves

By Kweku Antwi Jnr
Togbe Afede XIV, President of National House of Chiefs
Togbe Afede XIV, President of National House of Chiefs

The National House of Chiefs (NHC) has condemned the growing level of insults in the country, especially in the media, which has escalated to the presidential levels.

The NHC has also cautioned against all kinds of action that does not augur well for peace, unity and development of the country.

Addressing the general meeting of the NHC in Kumasi on Wednesday, the President of the National House of Chiefs, Togbe Afede XIV said "the insult is growing and are being escalated to the presidential levels. Serial calling has now become a profession. More worrying are calls for the formation of vigilante groups", he said.

“These do not augur well for our peace, unity and development. I want to caution against all actions that threatens our peace and unity", Togbe Afede said.

He therefore, called for unity among Ghanaians to work hard, plan and be innovative in order to build the nation and abandon all kind of things that suggest a fight over the control of the nation's limited resources.

Lamented on how the youth are crying for jobs, Togbe Afede XIV said “let's join hands, work hard, plan and innovate, in order to build our nation's wealth, and abandon what looks like a fight over the control of our limited resources".

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