Written by Steve Sperry on Sat, Sep 22 2012 (18:48)

By Abbey Emmanuel Alo


We await that day when true heroes and kings are born not in the mangers neither in caves nor in the slums because of nightmares, but in our bosoms. Everything we have ever craved for whether as nations or as races have not truly come to fulfillment because we are never awake.

Though we have traded our sense of brotherhood 
for the corruptible gold and for civilization that is not civilization. Humanity yearn earnestly for one love, one voice and one ideology that only our Comparative Human Effort Synchronically Strategized (CHESS) for peace can make us the prosperous race of creation. As we reason together, as we believe together, as we move together taking this message that our CHESS for Peace will make all nations of the world to prosper, and when the storms come we will sing a song: “peace is here”. Our song will enter the soil, the soil will whisper to the rivers, and the rivers the seas, let the seas not fail to pray it to the winds while the great sun bear witness. For this day, the north and south will harmonize with the east and the west, and then enlightenment will flood our hearts that we, humanity, will not break like the dawn from long nights of war and lust, until we rise and rise like the sun into the heights of heaven’s horizons and till our lamb becomes lion.

This Comparative Human Effort Synchronized Strategically (CHESS) for Peace shall be the “seventh sense of humanity” for today peacemakers shall be born in our homes. 


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Written by Steve Sperry on Fri, Sep 21 2012 (14:05)

Dear Friends,

Welcome to the pre-launching of the 2nd World Youth Chess for Peace Tournament in Ghana. I am the founder of MonRoi, a world leader in live chess technology. I am delighted to be here today and to have the opportunity to address with you the most important matter on the earth: the world peace – and this, through the game of chess.  


We are delighted to announce that the Chess For Peace token is passed to Ghana and will go around the world. We are glad to partner with the Planet Three Peace Programme  to host this magnificent tournament and we hope it will go a long way in promoting peace among the youth of Africa and the world as a whole.

This morning I woke up thrilled knowing that we are making a progress with our Chess for Peace project. Peace is essential for the progress and growth and without it we couldn't advance. With this tournament we are joining our responsibility in teaching others to live together in peace and harmony. I am looking forward to see more people joining us on our way.

There is a quote that Peace begins with a smile! :-) and this is what I hope for.  I hope that this event will be filled with joy and happiness and that will enable the world to share with participants, organizers and sponsors more enlightened attitude. I am truly grateful and privileged for the chance to work with you and thankful to all of you for putting this wonderful event together.

Chess is a powerful tool to build life skills, increase self-esteem and self-confidence, improve social skills, and promote a fair play, tolerance and a culture of peace. Chess is a universal language in which there is one set of rules that unites everyone. Thank you Ghana, thank you Planet Three Peace Programme, thank you Abbey Emmanuel who impressed us with his letter at the first MonRoi Chess for Peace tournament in Montreal with HH the Dalai Lama.

From Canada, I hand over a torch of love, peace and joy to light up your hearts, with full confidence in you as the ambassadors of peace who will shine to the world the precious gift of peace.


Brana Giancristofaro  

Written by Steve Sperry on Fri, Sep 21 2012 (13:43)


Planet Three Peace Programme (P3PP) has been given the Franchise (Token) to host the 2nd World Youth Chess for Peace Tournament slated for November this year.


The franchise was presented in Kokomlemle, Accra at the weekend to the Executive Director of P3PP, Mr. Mohammed Affum by Madam Frances Hagan, a representative of Mon Roi Incorporated of Canada, the originator of the tournament.


Receiving the franchise, symbolized by a chess pawn, Mr. Mohammed Affum said that P3PP is proud to be the first civil society in Africa to be given the nod to host an international chess for peace.  He said this opportunity would serve a platform to promote peace among the youth in Ghana and across the continent and the world. Mr. Affum said that P3PP was ready to host the rest of the world in this historic event in collaboration with the Ghana Chess Association, Ghana United Nations Association, National Sports Authority, Ministry of Youth and Sports.


The President of Mon Roi Incorporated, in her speech via skype said the chess company would support P3PP to successfully host the tournament as its contribution towards orienting the youth towards alliance of peace in Africa.


 The Acting Board Chairman of Planet Three Peace Programme, Mr. Godfred Akyeah-Darkwah said the programme was ready to host the rest of the World and P3PP was also prepared to partner with all the necessary institutions and organizations.

 St. Brown International School an Adenta based school in a special presentation recited the National Pledge and enacted an interesting drama on a Violence Free Elections to the admiration of the audience.


The reigning Ghana chess champion and a member of the Ghana Chess Association, Mr. Kojo Hasford in a speech on behalf of the President of Ghana Chess Association, Wing Commander George Arko Dadzie, said Ghana would forever be grateful to P3PP and Mon Roi Incorporated for putting Ghana Chess Association on the world map.


To commemorate the 31st United Nations International Day of Peace, Kwansiafam Dr. Barimamu Kwasi Anim, Frances Hagan, representative of Mon Roi Inc, the Founder of P3PP Paul Agyei Gyang released doves to symbolize peace in Ghana, Africa and across the world.


The 1st Mon Roi World Youth Chess for Peace Tournament was held last year in Montreal, Canada which had His Holiness Dalai Lama.



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And for the chess-player the success which crowns his work, the great dispeller of sorrows, is named "combination."

-Emanuel Lasker (1868-1941)

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