Conflict is not in itself a bad thing but voilence conflict can result in the lost of life and properties of people. When conflict involves violence, it results in displacement of people as most people either run from their area or town to other places.
Tribal wars associated with voilence have taken place in some areas of Ghana for decades and even centuries.
Nkonya-Alavanyo tribal war in Ghana has lasted over a century. And every now and then, the war is revived.
In other countries where voilence conflict takes place, poverty, loss of life, rape, suffering is what people experience.
These kind of things slow development. Investors will be scared of even undertaking a project in such areas as they remain scary even after everything is said and done.
What can we do as people? We need to try as much as we can to initiate peace wherever we find ourselves. Voilence does not promote peace of mind. Let us learn mediation skills that will prevent voilence conflict. It is even be necessary to take it upon ourselves to become peace builders.
In other news, towns considered as scary in Ghana are, Kwame Nkrumah Circle , Bomigo, Seva, Nima, Ashaiman. These places are considered scary because of theft, voilence and thug culture.
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