The H4P (Here for Perfection) Organization over the years has created a niche for itself by using ingenuity and creativity through entertainment to advanceits Anti-malaria Campaigns and Special Advocacy for Persons with Disability.
This uniqueness was once again exhibited through the official launch of the ‘Ghana for peace project’ tracks during the highly successful H4P ‘Ghana for Peace Summit” on 21st September at La Palm Hotel. The event brought together representatives of the various disability associations as well as representatives from the various political parties to pledge their commitment for peace before, during and after the December Elections.
Mrs. Diana Hopeson, a sensational gospel artist who was featured in both tracks, officially launched the songs. ‘Let Us Unite’ reverberates the lines in our national pledge, ‘God bless our homeland Ghana and make our nation great and strong…’ The song further urges all and sundry to put aside all differences (whether political, social, tribal, religious) and stand together in unity. Ghana has come of age and has enjoyed over two decades of peace in democratic governance. Electoral violence should therefore be shunned. The more vibrant, invigorating and danceable ‘We need Peace’, sung in various local dialects in the country, calls for the Ghanaian citizenry to preserve the peace the country enjoys.
Mrs. Diana Hopeson, officially launching the H4P Peace Songs at the Ghana for Peace Summit
In five years, the H4P Organization (an NGO) has championed the call for an all-inclusive society and the need to stop the discrimination and stigmatization of persons with disability. Great achievements of the Organization includethe airing of the Helping Hand TV Show (the only programme in the country solely dedicated to expound disability issues), the annual H4P Inter schools Disability Fun Games, the H4P Community Projects, Christmas parties for Special needs children to mention but a few.
The songs were composed and directed by Apostle Charles Hackman, CEO of the H4P Organization.
The H4P Crew with Mrs. Diana Hopeson (middle) in one of the peace tracks
The H4P Organization calls on all Ghanaians to avoid provocative language and actions which would incite political intolerance and violence during the electioneering season. For Ghana is indeed our only home.
Click on the link below to view and download the H4P peace songs.