Archbishop Duncan-Williams advocate unity and peace

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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, founder and General Overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, on Thursday called on Ghanaians to unite and promote peace ahead of Election 2012 .

He said: “We have only one Ghana, and this Ghana should not be divided”.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams, made the call on Thursday, when he interacted with journalists , at a meeting of the Governing Council of the Dominion University College (DUC), of which he is Chancellor. in Accra..

He said true peace meant justice and fairness for all and added “no matter who we are or what we believe, we must ensure that there is justice and fairness.”

Archbishop Duncan-Williams cautioned the people to be wary of their attitudes and utterances on national issues.

“A radio discussion once triggered genocide in a country. Let us not trigger violence by our discussions and utterances,” he said.

Touching on the DUC, Archbishop Duncan- Williams said it was the aim of authorities of the institution to make it an out-standing place of learning in the country.

He said the University College would work hard to train students to attain academic laurels to be able to contribute to national development.

Dr. Ekpw Spio-Garbrah, Acting President of the DUC, said the University College’s programmed aimed at producing visionary and well equipped personnel to solve the basic problems confronting society.

The Dominion University College is sponsored by the Christian Action Faith Ministries,

The DUC offers Bachelor of Business Administration-Accounting, Bachelor of Business Administration-Marketing, Bachelor of Business Administration-Banking and Finance, among other programmes.

The University College is accredited by the National Accreditation Board, Ghana, and affiliated to the University of Cape Coast. GNA

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