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CHIEF OF THE YORUBA PEOPLE IN GHANA: It’s our responsibility to ensure that we remain peaceful during and after elections

Ghana is preparing for its Presidential Election on 7 December, 2020. These elections will be an important step in the development of the country.

According to Oba Yoruba of Kasoa and head of Yoruba Chiefs in Central Region of Ghana, “Ghana has experience several elections and the Yorubas have been very peaceful all this years, so our Yoruba chiefs and leaders of Zongo Communities have the responsibilities to ensure that we remain peaceful during and after elections.”

“Peace is a divine idea and man must work hard to ensure peaceful coexistence in society.” He added.

According to him about 90 percent of Yorubas in Ghana are Ghanaians and also eligible voters. Base on this, Oba Abdul Salami Saka (Ilufemiloye Amoo 1) said, “No Yoruba youth should be allowed to be use by any politician as a political thug for the forthcoming election.”

HRM also warned ineligible Yoruba voters to abstain from election activities to avoid trouble.

He made this assertion during his birthday celebration on the 9th of November, 2020, which had other Yoruba community leaders, Zongo community reps, among many others.

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