NPC meets key stakeholders in bid to ensure peaceful elections

The NPC visited the Chief of Defence Staff, Lieutenant General Thomas Oppong Peprah and Chief Justice Gertrude Araba Torkono

The National Peace Council (NPC) is ramping up efforts to ensure peaceful and transparent upcoming elections, according to executive secretary George Amoh.

With the 7 December, 2024, Parliamentary and Presidential polls on the horizon, the NPC is taking proactive steps to foster a fair and conducive political environment.

Speaking to Asaase News, Amoh said, “The National Peace Council, as part of our plans are to ensure that the coming elections are conducted in a transparent, peaceful manner, has lined up activities to engage key stakeholders who have some roles to play in ensuring that we are able to achieve peaceful elections.”

To achieve their objective, Amoh revealed the NPC has already met with key figures. “In pursuit of this objective, the National Peace Council, in the week past, visited the Chief of Defence Staff on Wednesday, and on Thursday, we visited the Chief Justice and her team,” he said.

The meeting with the Chief Justice holds particular significance. “After the 2020 elections,” Amoh explained, “the Peace Council was assigned a responsibility to ensure that we are able to link up with the judicial service to design a framework for expeditiously adjudicating election-related disputes at the parliamentary level.”

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