No one’s ambitions will be allowed to compromise the nation’s peace and security – Akufo-Addo

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President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo made a stirring speech during the Law House’s inauguration, emphasizing the value of law enforcement and the rule of law above all else, particularly in light of the approaching crucial election year.

“In so saying, I want to use the opportunity of this platform to reassure the Ghanaian people that the law enforcement agencies of the state, including the Office of the Attorney-General, will do all within their power to ensure that law and order prevail in the country at all times, especially during this critical election year,” President Akufo-Addo asserted. He emphasized that the ambitions of any political party or presidential candidate would not be allowed to compromise the nation’s hard-earned peace, security, and stability. “It will not happen,” he declared emphatically.

The President emphasized the strength of the country’s legal system and stated that vigilantism laws and other pertinent statutes will be strictly implemented to protect the peace and quiet of the nation. He said that the wonderful people of Ghana, who have always shown their strong devotion to peaceful democratic values, were to be commended for their unflinching commitment.

The President also reflected on the significance of the Law House’s commissioning. “Ladies and Gentlemen, the commissioning of the Law House is not just a celebration of a new building; it is a celebration of our collective commitment to the rule of law and justice. It is proof of our belief that a strong legal system is essential for the development and prosperity of our nation,” he said.

Looking to the future, President Akufo-Addo called for continuous adaptation and evolution of the legal system to meet the changing needs of society while maintaining a steadfast commitment to justice, fairness, and equality for all. “The rule of law is not a static concept. It is a living principle that requires constant nurturing and vigilance,” he reminded the audience.

Preserving peace, security, and stability in Ghana a country known for being a model of democracy on the African continent was the clear message conveyed in the President’s speech.

Assuring that peace and democratic ideals continue to be at the center of the country’s growth, the building’s inauguration not only celebrated the new infrastructure but also reaffirmed Ghana’s commitment to the principles of justice and the rule of law.


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