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Samuel Aryeequaye Represents Ghana At The Un Arab Youth Conference In Dubai

Central regional Chairman of the Liberal Party of Ghana and 2020 parliamentary candidate for the Agona East constituency, Samuel Aryeequaye is currently in the United Arab Emirates as one of the selected delegates for the Arab Youth International Model United Nations Simulation conference.

The conference which runs from May 27 to 30 under the theme, “Ukraine, Russia Crisis” was conducted under the Arab Youth International Model United Nations, a recognised United Nations simulation conference and an exciting opportunity for the youths to foster dialogue on creating change and building peace worldwide.

In an interview with, he expressed his delight at the prospect of meeting smart, inventive youngsters and leaders from around the world to discuss such a fascinating topic.

Furthermore, he stated that it is a fantastic forum that he wishes every Ghanaian youngster had access to in order to discover and discuss additional business and development ideas.

“It’s also a platform that allows to network with other youth at international level and address challenges affecting other countries,”
He is scheduled to give an engaging address in which he will explain Ghana’s viewpoint on the issue between the two countries to the audience. This lecture also discusses the impact of the crises on Ghana, as well as some proposed options for resolving the crisis.



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