Rev. Johnson Avuletey, the Deputy Minister for Volta Region has send a word of caution to Ghanaians not to allow themselves to be used by any selfish politician ahead of December 7th general election that will generate violence in the country.
According to the Deputy Minister, Ghanaians should make it a point to visit their Polling station to cast their votes in peace on Monday, December 7th, 2020 then return back to their various homes to await the declaration of the outcome of the election results.
He said anyone found to be disturbing the peace of the country before, during and after the election will face the law because they will not allow anybody to jeopardize with the already existing peace that’s prevailing in the country.
Rev. Johnson Avuletey disclosed this at the commissioning of 1NO. 3 -Unit Kindergarten classroom block for Presby Basic School at Kpotame in the South Tongu District of the Volta Region on December 5, 2020 observed by Coverghana.com.gh Volta Regional Correspondence, Tabitha Kugbonu.
Speaking at the cereal, he added that some so called Western Togolanders are planning to cause confusion on the day of election and even about 15 of them were arrested yesterday within the region and they were in possession of guns and other weapons that threatens the peace of the election.
He advised everyone to take good care of themselves and remain calm as the security agencies are working tirelessly to ensure that nothing tempers will the peace of the country.