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Zongo Leadership Appeals for Peace in Kumasi Amid Tension Over Sarkin Zango Selection

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The leadership of Zongo communities in Kumasi has urged inhabitants to remain calm and avoid making any inflammatory remarks that could lead to disturbances in the area. This comes in the wake of the nomination and subsequent selection of a new Sarkin Zango, which has sparked tension in the community.

In a press conference held in Kumasi, the Peace and Reconciliation committee at the office of the regional chief Imam called on the youth to exercise restraint and desist from any actions that could lead to violence. Accusations and counter-accusations have been flying around the community, and this development is not conducive to the development of the Zongo community.

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The Ashanti regional Fulani chief, Alhaji Osman Bin Ahmad, stated that the community needs to be patient and tolerant during this trying moment in the history of Zongo. He urged the youth to avoid using abusive, divisive, and derogatory comments that could escalate the tension in the area.

For the most part, the committee has called on all parties to accept the judgment of Manhyia Palace on who becomes the new Sarkin Zango since the matter is now before the Palace. The Palace has been tasked with resolving the issue of the disputed selection of the new Sarkin Zango.

The committee has also urged the Zongo community to wait patiently for the outcome of the Palace’s verdict. They prayed that everyone in the community would respect the final judgment and accept the outcome to ensure peace and tranquility in the area.

The Zongo community is an integral part of Ghana, and it is essential to maintain peace and stability in the area. It is necessary for all parties involved to engage in peaceful dialogue and work towards finding an amicable solution to the current situation.

In conclusion, it is vital to remember that violence only leads to destruction and loss of life. Let us all work together to maintain the peace in our communities, and let us always strive to resolve our differences peacefully.

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