A voter casts her ballot in Accra, Ghana, on Dec. 7, 2016. Ghana's general elections began from 7 a.m. (0700 GMT) on Wednesday, with more than 15 million registered voters casting their ballots at 29,000 polling stations across the country. (Xinhua/Shi Song)(gl)
A voter casts her ballot in Accra, Ghana, on Dec. 7, 2016. Ghana's general elections began from 7 a.m. (0700 GMT) on Wednesday, with more than 15 million registered voters casting their ballots at 29,000 polling stations across the country. (Xinhua/Shi Song)(gl)

Polling stations under the Bortianor/Ngleshie Amanfro Constituency are going through a peaceful election process where a total of 3,231 registered voters are expected to vote.

Pastor Randy Hagoe of Kasoa Royal House Chapel, one of the voters at MA JSS at Amanfro, called on Ghanaians to maintain peace during and after the elections.

He praised the voters at that constituency for the orderly manner they are conducting themselves.

He said all that the country needed was calm adding; “God will elect a befitting leader o lead the country.

“My advice to the people of Ghana is to come out and vote and go home and pray for their favourite candidates.

“We should rally behind any of the candidates that will emerge the winner to consolidate the prevailing peace in Ghana,” he said.

Source: GNA/NewsGhana.com.gh

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