The Menace of Political Party Vigilantism: Reflections from Wa

Posted on Jul-18 2017

CODEO's nationwide train on the menace of political vigilantism made a stop in the Upper West regional capital of Wa. After engaging with stakeholders in four other regions, the CODEO team held the fifth confab on Monday July 17, 2017 at the Nuoyong Empire Hotel in Wa. A statement was released at a press conference to relay the reflections of the stakeholders. Some of the solutions proffered includes: 1. Security Services particularly the Police are entreated to show professionalism in their conduct and maintain political neutrality in the discharge of their duties. 2. Religious dialogue (at the inter-faith and intra-faith levels) needs to be considered seriously as one of the means of curbing political party vigilantism 3. Government should create more job avenues to absorb the unemployed youth. There is more in the statement below.

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