Ghanaians have been urged to ensure a peaceful and credible election in December when the nation goes to the polls.
The Director of Communications and Special Projects of MUSIGA, Ahuma Bosco Ocansey aka Daddy Bosco made the call at a graduation ceremony of the Manna Early Childhood Development Centre at Madina New Road as the school marked its 30th Anniversary.
He urged Ghanaians to eschew violence bearing in mind that the nation will outlive political leaders hence the need to have the interest of the nation at heart.
The Headmistress of the school, Mrs Henrietta Yirenkyi Boafo aka Auntie Hertie assured parents of their efforts to constantly improve the standards of the school which uses the Ghana Education Service curriculum. She said the school will always endeavor to maintain the highest standards in all they do.
The pupils of the school entertained the parents and invited guests to a bouquet of performances from cultural displays, choreographed performances to recitations and a drama sketch. In all fifteen pupils graduated. The graduating pupils were presented with certificates and prizes. Some members of staff were also presented with prizes for long service.
There are Benedicta Asibey Tawiah, Mrs Agnes Arthur, Mz Comfort Boye and Mz Salomey Ahedor for services ranging up to twenty five years.
Manna Early Childhood Development Centre was established by Mrs Sarah Woode and her husband Lawyer Sam Woode and is managed by their daughter Mrs Henrietta Yirenkyi Boafo aka Auntie Hertie.