National Peace Council demands $1m for election 2024

National peace council is in need of money to ensure peace and order in the election.

National Peace Council has made it clear that fund is desperately needed to adequately prepare for the elections.

The Chairman of the Council, Reverend Dr. Adu Gyamfi, emphasized that their ability to perform key responsibilities has been hampered by the current workload, which has stretched their resources too thin.

Dr. Gyamfi brought up the many situations that the Council needs to address, highlighting the need for more funding in order to effectively manage election-related operations.


He said specifically that they need to raise about $1 million to improve their ability to handle any obstacles that may arise during the elections.

“We need $1 million in total for election-related activities, and some donors have reached out to try and help,” he revealed.

The National Peace Council plays a vital role in fostering a peaceful electoral process, mediating conflicts, and facilitating dialogue among political parties, among other responsibilities.

However, the increasing demands for overseeing elections and mitigating violence necessitate significant financial and human resources, which the Peace Council currently lacks.

Rev. Adu Gyamfi highlighted during an inter-party dialogue on mitigating election violence that some of their regional secretaries are overwhelmed by their workload.

“I think we need more funds; we need more staff; our regional secretaries are complaining that they are overburdened and are asking that we give them drivers which we don’t have now. There is the need for more resources and more personnel to do the work because the work is increasing,” he added

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