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Obuor presents peace song to CPP 9/22/2008

The CPP Presidential Candidate Dr Paa Kwesi Nduom says Ghana cannot achieve any meaningful development if the culture of non-violence and peace is undermined. Watch Video: 1 Ghana Peace Song by Obour

He said this in Accra yesterday, when a musician Osei Kufuor popularly known as Obour, presented pieces of his peace song to the CPP, as part of his nationwide peace project towards the election.

Dr Nduom said when elected as President, he will ensure that the nation is united. He said the recent political violence in Gushigu and Kaptinga should be condemned by all. Dr Nduom also noted that the objective of his nationwide broadcast is to enhance peace and development as well as propagate the vision of the party. He said the policies and programmes of the parties will turn the nation from a third to a first world.

According to Dr Nduom the CPP will continue to preach peace to ensure that the election is free and fair. He commended Obuor for his initiative and urged the youth to emulate him. Dr Nduom challenged the NPP and NDC to educate their supporters to be tolerant and peaceful.

The Executive Director of Youth Icons Ghana, Nana Yaw Osei-Darkwa, said there is the needed for a collective action to ensure that the elections are peaceful. He said the objective of the project is to use music to promote peace as well as encourage the youth to desist from negative acts which will ignite confusion during the polls.

The composer of the song, Osei Kufuor, called on Ghanaians to use the war in Liberia as a text case in order for them to know the result of war. He urged religious, traditional and opinion leaders, to join in the crusade against violence in the society.

Source: ghanamusic.com

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