As Ghanaians head for the polls on December 7, one concern that resounds in the minds of many is peace.
The December 7 presidential and parliamentary elections have been seen as the most consequential election in Ghana's 4th republic as the two major political parties (NDC and NPP) are moving heaven and earth to gain access to the Flagstaff House on January 7th.
This year's elections has come a long way - from the petty in-house wrangling among the various parties to outstretch violence and chaos across the country by avid supporters.
So far, all presidential candidates through the Peace Accord have committed to ensuring a peaceful elections before during and after the polls.
The elections, which begun with the Special voting exercise has seen the EC chair, Chair Osei, express worry over how peaceful Ghana could be as tensions keep rising among the two major political parties.
International observers including the US and UK have pledged their support for a peaceful election warning of economic sanctions should violence erupt- but all in all, it is left to you and I to ensure that we do not succumb to the pressures of violence and intimidation come election day.