The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) is calling on its members to remain neutral as Ghanaians go to the polls coming December 7, 2024, to elect a President
The Ghana Bar Association (GBA) is calling on its members to remain neutral as Ghanaians go to the polls coming December 7, 2024, to elect a President and Members of Parliament (MPs).
“To our countrymen who need no reminding that 2024 is an election year, we urge you to continue to be model citizens and engage your full citizenship for national development, irrespective of who holds the reins of political power.”, GBA’s President, Yaw Acheampong Boafo, has urged
The president, in his New Year Message, said: “There is more that unites us than divides us. We must cherish our unity in diversity.’
“Let’s act in the hospitality of our forefathers and not allow politicians in their Machiavellian pursuit of political power to divide us on ethnic, religious, and other divisive pranks.”, he added.
He also assured: “We will continue our cooperation with the judiciary, and our Chief Justice, Her Ladyship Justice Gertrude Araba Torkonoo, to ensure access to justice reforms for all Ghanaians and smooth administration of justice,”.