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Dr Archibald Yao Letsa, the Volta Regional Minister, has asked the reconstituted Volta Regional Peace Council to take keen interest in the “conflict of ideas” that had greeted the creation of Oti Region and help resolve the issues.

     He asked the Council to create a platform for “aggrieved individuals to reconcile their divergent ideas within acceptable societal norms and rules.”

     Dr Letsa said this at the inauguration of a 13-member reconstituted Peace Council in Ho, under the Chairmanship of Reverend Seth Kwesi Mawutor, who represents the Christian Council.

    Members of the Council include Most Rev. Gabriel Ababio Mante, Catholic Bishops Conference, Rev. Joseph Senyo Pongo, Ghana Pentecostal Council, Lady Rev. Charity Agbley, National Council for Christian and Charismatic Churches, and Mr Muftau Raji Ibrahim, Ahamadiyya Muslim Mission.

    Others are Mr Ismael Masoud, Al-sunnah Muslim Group, Alhaji Saeed Anass Dawuda, Tijaani Muslim Group, Osofo Akotey Agbofa Atsyo, Practitioners of African Traditional Religion.

    The rest are Major Edward Sarpong Appiah and Mrs Helen Dzide, both representing the Regional Coordinating Council, Mr Clemence Gyato and Mrs Ayaakor Dela Enuameh-Agbolosoo, from identifiable groups and Togbe Gbogbolulu V, from the Regional House of Chiefs.

     Dr Letsa said the Regional Coordinating Council and the Regional Security were open for advice from the Council and counting on it for conflict prevention, management, resolution and the building of sustainable peace in the Region.
Source: GNA

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