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Don’t allow yourselves to be used as tools for violence – Deputy attorney general to Ghanaian youth

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Lawyer Alfred Tuah Yeboah, Deputy Attorney General, has cautioned youngsters not to be exploited as weapons for political violence ahead of the 2024 general elections.

Lawyer Alfred Tuah Yeboah advised the youngsters to be courageous and stand up to politicians who beg them to commit crimes because they had children and family members to employ for their criminal agenda.

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He made this remark when speaking with adolescents in Top City, a Kootokrom neighborhood in the Sunyani municipality.

“If any politician or political party asks you to do something, ask him if the law permits it or not. Also, when they ask you to do anything bad, tell them to let their children lead the charge, or else you won’t do it,” he said on Rainbow Radio Accra.

Lawyer Alfred Tuah Yeboah also provided 50 sacks of cement to the inhabitants of Top City, a neighborhood of Kootokrom in the Sunyani municipality, as part of an ongoing road construction project.

“Communal labour was very high in the 80s and 90s, and that is something we don’t see today, and we end up putting the pressure on the government. It is true that the government has to do it, but sometimes the resources are not enough to do everything at the same time.”

“But I’m impressed with what I have seen here. I haven’t seen any community try and build their own roads, and that is why I have also come to support this beautiful project.”

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