The Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs has condemned recent post-election violence in different parts of the Country, especially in the region.
According to members of the House, since the Country is governed by laws, any disagreements with regards to any aspect of the electoral process must be addressed and resolved using the appropriate procedures prescribed by law.
The House reminded parties involved that Ghana is for all and as such, these acts do not augur well for the peace and unity which the Nation’s forebears struggled over decades to build.
This is contained in a statement signed by the President of the House, Nii Okwei Kinka Dowuona.
The House said it is a collective responsibility of all to ensure that the Country remains peaceful and continues to be a beacon of hope in Africa.
It urged all to join forces to build a Ghana that all persons will be happy to live in, under rule of law, the principles of good governance and prioritizes the welfare of its people.
On the 7th of this month, Ghanaians went to the polls to elect a President and Members of Parliament for the next four years.
It said though the House recognizes the fact that not all persons involved are satisfied with the outcome, parties involved must be mindful that Ghana remains the only country they have entreating all Ghanaians to work together to ensure that Ghana remains a great and strong nation.