The Daily Graphic is of the view that tackling gender violence must be done in one community at a time. The Paper says more needs to be done to prevent violence against women by their male partners. It commends the Geshegu Municipal Assembly for forming a 13-Member Committee to ensure the implementation of gender-transformative bye-laws in the child marriage prone municipality. The Graphic notes with concern reports of parents in the Northern and North East regions giving out their teenage girls in marriage due to the closure of schools because of COVID -19. It, therefore, hopes that the implementation of gender-transformative bye-laws in the municipality will bring an end to child marriage.
The Ghanaian Times writes on the perennial flooding of the country and calls for the adoption of radical means to solve it. It concedes that solving the problem of flooding will not be at a and that both government and the people are the ones to make it happen. The Times proposes a nationwide campaign to demolish all illegal structures sited on waterways with the owners paying for the cost.