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Stop promising politicians your votes, ensure lives are protected – Rev. Dr. Opuni Frimpong tells Chiefs

Executive Director of the Alliance for Christian Advocacy Africa, Rev. Dr. Opuni Frimpong has called on traditional leaders to assume a distinct role in the upcoming 2024 elections.

In an interview with Adom FM, he stated that chiefs should refrain from promising politicians their votes and, instead, concentrate on ensuring that no lives are harmed during elections.

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He added that it’s more important for traditional leaders to keep people safe during elections.

He indicated that chiefs should leverage their influence to ensure that elections transpire peacefully and without violence.

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“Many traditional leaders are making promises to support politicians during their campaigns, even though many of their followers have lost their lives in past elections. It is crucial for traditional leaders to advise politicians against causing harm to their people during elections. Simply pleasing politicians is ineffective, especially when many of them fail to fulfill their promises,”he added.

He advocated for chiefs to leverage their influence to ensure peaceful and non-violent electoral processes.

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According to him, it is crucial for traditional leaders to counsel politicians against causing harm to their constituents during electoral activities.

Dr. Frimpong emphasizes that merely pleasing politicians proves ineffective, particularly when many of them fail to fulfill their promises.

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