NCCE Shows Teeth in Nungua Wulomo Marriage Saga

By flymultimediaghana Apr2,2024
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The Nungua Traditional Council was therefore called upon by the Commission to take note of the fact that Article 39 of the same 1992 Constitution declares that “traditional practices that are injurious to the health and well-being of the person are abolished.” Additionally, the Commission urged the Nungua Traditional Council to “review its traditional practices to bring them in line with the laws and 1992 Constitution of Ghana and to refrain from actions that may have a negative impact on the youth of Nungua.”

In order to guarantee that the best interests of the child are safeguarded and child marriages are eliminated from our customs, the Commission also called for the intervention of the National and Regional Houses of Chiefs, the Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection, and the Department of Social Welfare.

NCCE Shows Teeth in Nungua Wulomo Marriage Saga
NCCE Shows Teeth in Nungua Wulomo Marriage Saga

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