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The Daily Graphic congratulates the Ghana Journalists Association, GJA, on 70 years of its emergence. The paper salutes all media practitioners who are holding the fort to play their surveillance role in society. The Graphic urges practitioners to continue to contribute to the development of the nation and exhibit good ethics in the practice of the profession.

The Ghanaian Times believes that endorsing the roadmap on ending political vigilantism is in the collective interest. The paper sees the roadmap as a very important document that all stakeholders must endorse it and therefore appeals to all parties involved in the critical process to endorse and adopt it. The Times says vigilantism is a threat to national security and for it to be outlawed, it is expected that Ghanaians cooperate to put a stop to its existence in the country.

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