Kidnapping: Let’s be careful in helping strangers – 13yr old Peace Ambassador urgesHillary Elliot Dogbe, Peace Ambassador

Kidnapping: Let’s be careful in helping strangers – 13yr old Peace Ambassador urges

A 13 year old Peace Ambassador base in the Volta Region, Elliot Hillary Dogbe is urging citizen of Ghana to be careful in helping strangers at the wak

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A 13 year old Peace Ambassador base in the Volta Region, Elliot Hillary Dogbe is urging citizen of Ghana to be careful in helping strangers at the wake of the kidnapping menace that is gradually become a cancer in the country.

Hillary Dogbe, made these remarks yesterday at a programme organised by Open Dove Children Foundation – a None Governmental Organization in Kpando Municipality in Volta Region as part of this years Ebenezer Praise- a programme organised annually for Junior High School leavers in the municipality.

“firstly in other to make sure such cases do not occur again, we the citizens have to be careful in helping strangers, taking leave from strangers and even walking at dark lonely places in the night” – Hillary Dogbe said

He has since urged the security agencies to step-up effort to curb the menace.

“Secondly, our police and security agencies must intensify their activities to make the society safe for citizens to move freely”. He advised.

Pastor Joseph Amoako Ansah, the Director of Open Dove Children Foundation in his address explained the motive behind organising the programme for the children.

According to him, “examination doesn’t end the day you finish writing but still continue until you get your results, so it doesn’t mean you should go to the world and live all sought of ungodly lives but you need to thank God and still remain in his presence, because many things do happens in the course of marking the papers”.

Emmanuel Akoto of Gabi L/A JHS expressed his gratitude to organizers and hope they will pass their exams.

Ebenezer Praise 2019, was sponsored by indomi and brought together about one thousand (1000) children from various school within Kpando.

As part of this year’s activities, they were offered counseling and free medical screening on Diabetes, high blood pressure, tuberculosis, HIV and AIDS, weight and height by Dr. Eric Gyanfi the Medical Superintend of Margaret Marquette Catholic hospital in Kpando.

By: Christiana Ativi / awakenewsonline.com