The Gonjaland Youth Association would embark on a peace walk for election 2020 at Bole in the Savannah Region on Saturday 24th October 2020.

Speaking on Bole based Nkilgi FM the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Association Mr Mufti Habibu said the peace walk is aimed at creating awareness among the people on the Need For Peace before, during and after the parliamentary and Presidential elections on 7 December 2020 in the region and Ghana as a whole.

He explained that the peace work will also afford all political parties and other stakeholders the opportunity to pledge and assured the people of Savannah region of their commitment to peace in the upcoming elections.

On the program of activities of the Peace Mr Habibu said on Friday 23rd October 2020, all executives and members of the Gonjaland Youth Association would arrive in Bole by 1:00pm and at 3:00 pm there will be a meeting with media houses after which the they will visit the Bolewura’s Palace at 4:00pm.

Mufti Habibu said Executives of the association will have a Central Committee meeting on the night of Friday 23rd October 2020.

According to the Gonjaland Youth Association PRO, the peace walk will take place on the principal streets of Bole on Saturday 24th October, 2020 and will begin at 6:00 am after which there will be a Durbar at the Bolewura’s Palace by 10:00am.

“At the Durbar, there will be an opening prayer and opening remarks by the President of the Gonjaland Youth Association, an address by the Bolewura and there would also be peace messages from the District Chief Executive (DCE) for Bole, the Member of Parliament (MP) for the Bole- Bamboi Constituency and the Chairmen of political parties”, Mr Habibi explained to Nkilgi Fm

He further said the Regional Police Commander and the Minister of the Savannah region will also have their turn to address the people at the Durbar.

Mufti Habibu also commended the Paramount Chief of the Bole Traditional area Bolewura Sarfo Kutuge Feso (I) for accepting and welcoming the peace walk and also thanked Bole based Nkilgi FM for the publicity of the event.