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Journalists should uphold “Yɛn Ara Asaase Ni”

BY Atwumaa Agnes

Esteemed businessman Sir Sam Jonah has emphasized that Ghana’s patriotic national anthem, ‘”Yɛn Ara Asaase Ni”‘ is more than just a song. It is a call for patriotism, responsible leadership, and collective unity. According to him, the anthem serves as a reminder of Ghana’s core values and acts as a guiding light that unites the nation towards integrity and collective action.

Speaking at the 75th Anniversary launch of the Ghana Journalist Associations (GJA) on Wednesday, April 17, held at the Labadi Beach Hotel, Mr Jonah passionately urged all journalists to take the forefront in combating various manifestations of injustice.

“As guardians of the public conscience, you are called to rise above the fray, to champion the cause of truth, justice, and national unity. In this era, where the essence of our democracy and the fabric of our society are tested, let us recommit ourselves to the principles that Ephraim Amu so eloquently espoused”.


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