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Politics should not blind your love for Ghana Zanetor

 


The NDC Member of Parliament for Klottey Korle, Dr. Zanetor Agyeman Rawlings, has urged young people not to allow the allure of politics to affect their level of nationalism – love for Ghana.  Dr. Agyeman Rawlings said as young adults, our highest aspirations must be to the benefit of Ghana. The words of the national anthem and pledge, she indicated, must resonate with our spirit as a people. Speaking at the Independence Day Parade organized by the Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly to mark the 65th anniversary of Ghana`s independence at the Accra High School at North Ridge in Accra, Dr. Agyeman Rawlings stated that: 

 “As you grow older, you will find yourselves in situations where you might align one way or the other with one political party or the other, but let us remember that at the end of the day, it is about Ghana and everything that we do must be about ensuring that we are meeting our highest aspirations as a people.” The Klottey Korle Parliamentarian said the education that we seek should not teach us only to read and write but also imbibe in us the values and principles that bind us together as a nation, “so that when we say we are Ghanaians, we all know what that means”. 

 “It is not only about the Ghana flag and it is not only about singing the national anthem, but there is an identity that we have as a nation. So when chanting a national oath and  national anthem,  it must not be an empty word! Let these words resonate with your spirit. Let's make it mean something to you, because these are what you  become responsible adults and citizens and guide you to lead this country to a brighter future, "he said. Agyeman Rawlings. 

 "Touching Leadership," the eldest daughter of former President Jerry John Rawlings, said the commemorative parade shows what positive leadership is. She told me to keep your line straight, you need to have  someone as a benchmark  where you put yourself. "And nation-building is no exception. It's confusing even if you have a good leader and the rest of the delegation doesn't get their place and time correctly. In other words, an individual's sense of  responsibility is important because it contributes to the success or failure of the aggregate, "says Klottey Korle MP. 

 dr Agyeman Rawlings encouraged young people in Ghana to join their country, participate in nation-building, and advised them to be inspired by the song "Raising young people in Ghana for your country." A parade delegation of 4,444 people consisting of a group of officer candidates from the entire community and a school. Attendees included MCEs, district directors, security directors, school staff, parliamentarians, chiefs, and royal mothers.

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