He it was imperative for all players in the political game to work hard to preserve the peace of the nation.

Mr Agyei made the call when he opened this year’s Northern Sector one day inter-community soccer gala dubbed: “Savana-Fest 2016,” in the Northern Regional capital of Tamale.

It was organized by MTN, a mobile telecommunication giant and Suncity FM Radio of Sunyani.

Mr Agyei noted that no human institution or activity could thrive in any chaotic environment so Ghanaians must must hold on to the current peace prevailing with all seriousness.

He described this year’s must promote peace and unity to ensure an orderly and successful general elections.

“Much as we seek the socio-economic well being of Ghanaians, we also believe in peaceful co-existence to enhance societal transformation, hence this collaborative effort between MTN and Suncity Radio.” He said.

Mr Agyei said MTN is also interested in ensuring that their clients have easy and fast access to the internet through its products like the 4G.

Fourteen teams from Nyansharu, Sanyani, Kukuo, Gumani, Aboabu, Sara Junction, Moshie Zongo, Ward K, Nyohini, Savelugu, GbaliKurani, Tishegu, Lamashegu and Baayanwaya communities in the Tamale Metropolis participated in the games.

Baayanwaya beat Nyansharu 2-0 in the grand finale to lift the trophy with Abdul Mummein of Baayanwaya, Nyohini’s Ibrahim Sherif and Zakari Muaz of Nyansharu winning the Best Player, Best Goalkeeper and Goal king awards respectively.

As a side attraction, Mr de Graft Archer an ex-Sekondi Eleven Wise and Mine stars star entertained the crowd with his classic ball juggling skills

The 63-year old soccer gem won the admiration of the crowd and received a long standing ovation after his performance.

Source: GNA/News Ghana

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