Let’s preserve the peace we have as we prepare for the elections-Tsormanah
Entertainment critic Chris Tsormanah has admonished Ghanaian voters to stay away from violence as we gradually move towards the December 7, 2020 presidential and parliamentary elections.
According to him, the differences in ideologies and political affiliations should not lead to fights or violence.
He opined if someone does not believe in your political ideology, it is his or her choice.
Ghana he said is the only country we have and when you get to travel across the world, there is no country that is peaceful compared to Ghana.
To him, Ghana is home and he feels proud to be called a Ghanaian.
Chris Tsormanah further advised politicians to accept the outcome of the elections and not engage in acts that will deprive citizens of peace and stability.
He added that after the elections, we must rally behind the winner and help the person rule in accordance with our laws.
He stressed we have laws that protect citizens and this is something we must be proud of as a people.
“No matter our differences, let’s go out there, cast our vote, come back and whoever is declared winner, we should support the person,” he said on Rainbow Entertainment with sit-in the host, Summy Brown.