Sunday, July 21, 2019

PM Dion Ngute called on the population of the SW Region to shun violence and embrace the Head of State’s call for dialogue.

The Prime Minister, Head of Government Joseph Dion Ngute has called on the population of the South West Region to shun violence and embrace the Head of State’s call for dialogue.

Joseph Dion Ngute is spending his second day in the South Weest region where he has embarked on a mission to preach the Head of State’s call for dialogue to end the violence in the North West and South West regions of the country.

Joseph Dion Ngute said no country subscribes to violence and anarchy, calling on the population of the South West region to unite against violence.

“Violence is only a sign of irresponsibility. You are a responsible people. You are patriots. As the voice of the people is the drum of God. Thus, love of the homeland is the life force of a people. Use this fuel to fight violence. In #peace we shall have all we need,”Dion Ngute said while calling on the local population to embrace peace for normal life to return to the region.

SourceJDC

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