The Member of Parliament for Kpandai, Hon Daniel Nsala Wakpal has called on Constituents and the various Stakeholders to help fight against poverty and not war in the area.

According to him, the current problems that need special attention of the people in poverty and development and not conflicts and war as it has  been thumped in the social media.,

Hon Nsala made the call when he met stakeholders in the constituency following some social media comments of a possible Konkomba, Dagomba and Nanumba conflict.

The stakeholders meeting, he said was to sensitize the residents and the various groups about the need to peacefully co-exist for the common interest.

Some of the security agencies including the police, military, immigration, and fire services, among others were present.

Hon Nsala said, what the most conflict is, which is poverty, the poor education system in the area, lack of health facilities and bad roads and urged the constituents to support him to bring the needed development.

HON DANIEL NSALA WITH SECURITY SERVICES

THE Minister for Defence Dominic Nitiwul, who is also the Member of Parliament (MP) for Bimbilla Constituency, has earlier led a government delegation including some MPs from the Northern Region to the Gbewaa palace in Yendi following that social media comments.

Speaking at the Gbewaa palace, the Minister described the information as malicious and treacherous.

He revealed that the government through the National Security Ministry and other security operatives are tracking down the perpetrators of such information.

The Minister assured the government is tracking those people peddling such warmongering information to raise tension and I assure you we will deal with them.

He added that the Konkombas, Dagombas and Nanumbas are brothers and have lived peacefully over the years and so any attempt to distract the peace among these people will be fiercely resisted.

He charged all metropolitan, municipal and district chief executives (MMDCEs) in the Region to sensitize their people on the need to live peacefully.

The Yaa-Naa, Abukari Mahama II, on his part, applauded the government for the intervention.

He is the hopeful government will trace the perpetrators and make them face the full rigours of the law.

Source: expressnewsghana.com

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