Former President John Mahama has vowed to prioritize and bring an end to the long-standing Bawku conflict if elected in the 2024 elections.
Addressing a gathering at the Upper East Regional GNAT Hall, Mr. Mahama expressed concern over the persistent strife in Bawku, emphasizing the detrimental impact it has had on the lives of the people.
Highlighting his previous tenure from 2012 to 2016, Mr. Mahama emphasized the relative peace that prevailed in Bawku during that period. He expressed his determination to rekindle the mechanisms that contributed to the tranquility in the region, assuring voters that resolving the Bawku conflict would be a top priority.
The Bawku conflict, rooted in historical and ethnic tensions, has endured for years, negatively affecting the livelihoods and well-being of the local population.
Acknowledging the devastating effect the conflict has had on the lives of Bawku residents and the country as a whole, he assured the audience that resolving the Bawku conflict would be a top priority on his agenda, should he secure the presidency in 2024.
He indicated that his commitment to addressing the Bawku conflict aligns with his broader vision of building a unified and prosperous Ghana.
He added that these and other issues are part of his ongoing efforts to connect with citizens and party members across the nation to solicit ideas and build the better Ghana that citizens need.
He therefore pledged to adopt strategic measures and collaborate with relevant stakeholders to address the underlying issues fueling the conflict.
Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Moses Apiah|Ghana