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Actress Juliet Asante petitions Parliament over vigilantism

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Ghanaian actress Juliet Yaa Asantewaa Asante has presented a petition to the Parliament of Ghana to help disband vigilantism in the country.
She presented the petition on Tuesday, February 26, 2019, after her peace walk against vigilantism.
The petition was received by Ebenezer Ahumah Djietror, a Principal Assistant Clerk in Parliament and Kate Addo, Acting Director of Public Affairs in Parliament, on behalf of the Clerk of Parliament, Emmanuel Anyimadu.
According to Juliet Asante, she is scared about what could potentially happen with the emergence of such political militia groups in Ghana.
She, therefore, called on government to deal with the situation in a month.
“We are giving the government one month to disband vigilantism. And when I say government I mean everybody who is part of the leadership and management of Ghana. This includes all the key political parties that are represented at parliament,” she said.
Juliet who embarked on a peace walk against political vigilantism today, Tuesday, from the African Regent Hotel to the Parliament House told Citi TV she would keep walking until her plea is granted.
“If by one month time nothing happens, we will keep on walking. I hope Ghanaians will join me and raise their voices against vigilantism,” she noted.

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