The National Commission for Civic Edution has urged citizens to reclaim and uphold the Ghanaian values and identity that best defines them.
In a statement issued to wish Ghanaians 62ND Independence Anniversary , the Commission entreated Ghanaians to uphold the peace and unity that has characterized the nation, and which the forerunners lived to make Ghana a better and a peaceful place for future generations.
“The NCCE on Independence Day urges all citizens to reclaim and uphold the Ghanaian values and identity that best define us as a people. The values of peace, unity, tolerance, honesty amongst others. Ghana has always been seen as a peace loving country. The values of peace and unity are values our forefathers lived to make Ghana a better and peaceful place for future generations. As a country let’s begin to revive and restore these values as we celebrate 62 years of independence and beyond”
The NCCE hinted that, with unity, peace and development, the country would stand great and strong amongst nations.
The commission further stressed that the citizenry including political parties, political actors, religious fraternity, security services, Civil Society Organisations, trade unions and the media must redirect their actions and energies into projecting peace and unity on their platforms.This according to the Commission will promote peaceful co-existence.
“The power of oneness promotes national stability, tolerance and cohesion. Happy 62nd Independence Anniversary to the people of Ghana”. the statement said.