Add your voices to the campaign to stop killer robots and make the world safe.

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots one-day workshop on the 9th July 2021 @ Adoagiri Royal Palace in the Nsawam-Adoagyiri Municipality, Eastern Region of Ghana organized by the International Humanitarian Relief and Rescue Initiative (IHRRI). The workshop's theme is Add your voices to the campaign to stop killer robots and make the world safe.

The workshop was organized to sensitize the Chief and sub-chiefs of Nsawam-Adoagyiri Municipality on the danger of killer Robots and the urgent need for the campaign to Stop Killer Robots.

Dr. Ayo Ayoola Amale (President – WILPF Ghana), the National Coordinator of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots in Ghana, urges the Chiefs to prevail on their members of parliament for Ghana to sign the treaty for the ban on the production of autonomous weapons/killer robots.

Mr. Godwin Onogwu, the Project manager (IHRRI), implores participants to add their voices to the campaign to stop killer robots, to make the world safe for us and the generation yet unborn.

The Chief of Adoagyiri (Okoo Anadwo Afutu Dompreh II) said he and his sub-chiefs and Queen Mothers would add their voices in support of the campaign to stop killer robots.

The Campaign to Stop Killer Robots also held a one-day workshop on the 9th July 2021 @ the Marfokrom Royal Palace (Palace of Nana Adu  Larbi II) in the Ayensuano District, Eastern Region Ghana, with the Chief, sub-chiefs, and the Queen Mothers of the community.

The Marfokrom community Queen Mother (Queen Obaapanyin Mary Baah) expresses shocks and disbelief that human beings could go to the extent of producing killer robots; she promises to mobilize her fellow Queen mothers to support the campaign to stop killer robots.
The Ghana country representative to Ed's World Inc. (Mr. Arthur Emmanuel) explains that The US, China, Israel, South Korea, Russia, and the UK are developing autonomous weapons systems with significant autonomy capable of selecting and attacking human targets. And If left unchecked, the world could enter a destabilizing robotic arms struggle.*