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General News of Sunday, 23 April 2017

Source: rainbowradioonline.com

We'II build a prosperous and lawful nation - Nana Addo

President Nana Akufo-Addo has said his administration is committed to ensuring that the rule of law works n Ghana.

According to him, Ghanaians will enjoy their rights and liberties as citizens without any infringements.

Speaking at the Opening Session Of The 4th Rotary International District 9102 Conference in Accra, the president said, ‘’We are determined to build a new Ghanaian and African civilisation, where the rule of law works, where individual liberties and human rights are respected, and where the principles of democratic accountability are the foundation of public policy.’’

He said,’’the first responsibility of any government to its people is to ensure peace and stability.

Your first chosen area of focus is Peace and Conflict Prevention and Resolution.

You might not think you are in government or even being political, but your stated aims and activities do not differ from what we in government should do.

It is noteworthy that the four countries in your District all currently enjoy relative internal peace.

Let us always keep in mind that peace is something we have to strive for at all times, and I am glad to have you as an ally to work to keep the peace and prevent conflict.’’

The president stated further that, his administration will build a prosperous nation free from the world economic order.

‘’We are determined to forge a new Ghanaian and African, who is neither a victim nor a pawn of the world economic order, but who will be a dignified member of a successful, thriving, prosperous society.’’

Touching on his One-District-One-Factory policy he said,‘’…I urge you to take a good look at our One District One Factory programme. It is a programme in which private sector participation is essential.

Come and join us make a success of it. You have a lot of people with good business acumen and experience amongst your ranks.

There are a lot of opportunities and I invite you to join us bring prosperity to our people.’’

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