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Austin Gamey volunteers to resolve Bawku conflict in 4 weeks

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The Chief Executive Officer of Gamey and Gamey Group, Austin Gamey, has offered his expertise to mediate the longstanding Bawku conflict, with a promise to resolve it in 4 weeks.

Mr. Gamey, who is equally worried about the long-standing ethnic conflict between the Kusasis and the Mamprusis, says he can use just “2 hours to resolve the conflict with the feuding factions, but if not because of translation, to enable matters to sink well with both parties.”

Because the discussion during the mediation process would be interpreted for the understanding of both parties, Mr. Gamey says he can resolve the Bawku conflict in a maximum of 4 weeks.

“Because of translation, organization, and everything, a maximum of 4 weeks and this Bawku matter will be a thing of the past. Some of us have been specially created by God to help people like that. So, I offer myself to the whole country, in the presence of Tongrana, that, the Bawku issue must be resolved. And I offer myself and my team, Gamey and Gamey Group, that if they give us the chance, devoid of partisan consideration and I have a free hand, I don’t need even the security; I can organize them [feuding parties] within days.”

The Bawku conflict, characterized by ethnic tensions and sporadic violence, has posed challenges to the peace and stability of the Upper East region and Ghana as a whole.
Austin Gamey, renowned for his conflict resolution and mediation skills, believes that a well-structured and inclusive mediation process can pave the way for reconciliation and sustainable peace in Bawku instead of deploying troops to the area.

“Those who are there wielding guns and supposedly offering them the opportunity to have peace and resettle cannot succeed. No peacekeeping has ever solved any problem. They always create further problems.”

The CEO of Gamey and Gamey Group, who touted his skill in conflict mediation during the 5th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Session of the Ghana Association of Certified Registered Anaesthetists (GACRA) that took place in Bolgatanga, the Upper East Region, expressed his commitment to the cause of peace in Bawku.

Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga|Ghana

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