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JAMAN SOUTH NCCE OBSERVES 2024 CONSTITUTION WEEK

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JAMAN SOUTH NCCE OBSERVES 2024 CONSTITUTION WEEK

 

The Jaman South Directorate of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) commemorated this year’s constitution week celebration with series of engagements with various identifiable groups within the municipality. The celebration which was instituted by the commission in 2001 marks the country’s commitment to upholding its constitution and promoting active citizen participation in nation-building efforts.

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Based on this year’s theme “Together We Can Build Ghana, So Get Involved”, staff of the Jaman south NCCE office engaged with youth groups, artisans, schools, faith-based organizations, and transport operators to educate them on the 1992 constitution.
Mr. Emmanuel Oduro, the Jaman South Municipal Director of NCCE marking the week-long celebration said though there exist potential threats, the 1992 Constitution of Ghana over three decades has played a significant role in ensuring a stable democratic governance which has enabled the country to continue enjoying peace and stability. In a statement, he said “Every Ghanaian has a role to play in building our nation and ensuring that the principles enshrined in our Constitution are upheld.” Mr. Oduro called on Ghanaians to protect and defend the Constitution at all times. He further urged the citizens not to condone acts of political intolerance, political vindictiveness, politics of insults, political violence, personality attacks, undermining state institutions mandated to oversee elections, Civic Education and the promotion of peace in this country. He then raised the alarm on the creeping monetization of politics and encourage them to desist from it.

 

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Also addressing some congregants at Baanafour, Miss Hannah Fremah Boampong at the Jaman south NCCE office urged Ghanaians to tolerate opposing views to promote peaceful co-existence and national cohesion. She added that peace and stability is a necessity in the development of the country thus encourage citizens to play their part.

 

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As the country goes to the polls on December 7, Mr. Matthew Kofi Dzoboku, an officer at the Jaman south NCCE directorate speaking to the listening public stated that, it was a civic duty of every Ghanaian citizen from the age of 18 and of sound mind to exercise their franchise during elections. He encouraged Ghanaians who have attained the voting age to take part in the ongoing voter registration exercise undertaken by the Electoral Commission in order to be eligible to vote during both presidential and parliamentary elections.
In celebrating the constitutional week, the civic message on unity, participation, and collaboration spearheaded by NCCE are key to building a strong and vibrant Ghana. By working together and getting involved in our communities, Ghanaians can help shape a brighter future for themselves and generations to come.

 

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