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    DSP Sarpong seeks support

    by Daily Guide
    posted Saturday, 09 June 2012 22:09| 0 Comments

    Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Kofi Sarpong, scheduled tour to some parts of the country to promote peace before, during and after the December 7 elections, has been stalled due to lack of support.

    The peace project, dubbed ‘Kofi One on One Peace and Educational Tour’, which is being organised by Media Excel Productions, will take the gospel music star to all the 10 regional capitals and some selected districts in the country.

    The law enforcement officer, who has decided to use his voice to make people abide by the law, is finding it difficult to kick start the tour because of lack of sponsorship.

    He is therefore calling on all well-meaning Ghanaians to help make his tour successful by supporting him.

    According to the organisers, they would use the tour to sensitize Ghanaians against election-related violence and seek God’s presence for the nation through prayer, preaching and powerful song ministration.

    Artistes billed to perform alongside Kofi Sarpong during the tour include, Jack Alolomi, Bernice Offei, Becca, Gifty Osei, Selina Boateng, Dr. Cryme and the Wind Afrique Band.

     




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