Stakeholder Engagement Meeting Held on Activities of Secessionist Groups in the Volta Region
A government delegation led by the Hon. Minister for National Security, Mr. Albert Kan-Dapaah, has embarked on a Stakeholder Engagement Meeting to Ho in order to get the collaboration of key stakeholders in addressing the problems associated with the conduct and activities of the secessionist groups in the Volta Region.
Other members of the delegation were the Hon. Minister for Regional Reorganisation and Development, Mr. Dan Botwe; Hon. Minister for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, Mr. Samuel Kofi Dzamesi, and Presidential Advisor on Security, Brigadier-General Emmanuel Okyere.
The delegation held separate meetings with leadership and men of God of the E.P. Church Ghana and the Roman Catholic Church in the Volta Region.
The rationale behind meeting the two churches was to get them briefed on the situation and the ramifications, as well as get them to educate their members on the misinformation being churned out by the groups.
The meeting saw the sharing of ideas shared, and the making of suggestions.
At the end of the meeting, the two churches decried the conduct and activities of the groups.
They assured of their willingness and readiness to educate their members to complement the efforts of government in ensuring the continued peace and security of the Region and the nation as a whole.
The delegation was grateful to both churches for the warm reception and assurance.
The delegation also held a meeting with the Regional Peace Council on the same issue
Members of the Regional Security Council, the Hon. Deputy Regional Minister, Pastor Johnson Avuletey and Hon. Archibald Yao. Letsa participated in all the engagement meetings.
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