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Asante Kotoko urges peaceful elections

Published on: 06 December 2012

Asante Kotoko have urged football fans to be decorous in their participation in Ghana’s general elections.

Ghana goes to the polls to elect a President and Members of Parliament on December 7.

The fiercely fought contest between the various political parties has the tendency to spark violence to disrupt the relative peace currently being enjoyed.

Thus, several society groups have waged a campaign to ensure the elections are conducted peacefully of which the Premier League champions have added their voice.

“The Greater Accra Regional Circles Council of Kumasi Asante Supporters Union wishes to extend its greetings to the entire nation as we step forward yet again to select a President and MP’s on the 7th of December, 2012,” a statement read.

“It is with this spirit of unity that exists in our sports fraternity that we convey to our cherished supporters to comport themselves in accordance with the electoral rules and regulations to ensure a peaceful elections.

“We urge all supporters of football teams in the country especially our numerous supporters to help build a peaceful nation by voting peacefully for their preferred candidate.”

Offcial campaigning have ended 24 hours to elections day on Friday.

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