“Let politicians use their relatives for
violence”-Retired educationist speaks
Eighty two-year retired educationist and community development advocate, Robert Osei Kofi, has challenged Ghanaians, especially the youth, not to be used by irresponsible politicians to foment trouble to undermine peace in Ghana.
“Don’t take monies from the politicians to go and create violence. You have to vote once. When you’re done leave the place in peace. Let politicians use their relatives, not you, for violence. Let’s eschew violence before, during and after the December 07 general elections,” the Mr. Osei told freelance editor Osei Kuffour at the former’s residence at Maase in Offinso municipality in Ashanti region of Ghana.
Outspoken ‘Posipo or One man thousand’ (as he’s affectionately called) further implored Ghanaians to “stand for the truth” through thick and thin because truth, no matter how long it takes, “triumphs when you stand by evidence”.