The Chairman of the National Peace Council, Rev Professor Emmanuel Asante says the peaceful conduct of the polls is a further consolidation of Ghana's democracy.
Speaking to Radio Ghana, Rev Professor Asante said the pockets of violence recorded cannot in anyway take the shine out of the free and fair nature of the election.
Rev Professor Asante urged the President elect to put aside all political differences and foster unity across the political divide for integrated national development.
Meanwhile, President elect John Dramani Mahama has again stated his commitment to be a unifier who will bring all Ghanaians under a common umbrella.
This he said he will do with a vision of massive development across the country as the main thrust of the phase two of the Better Ghana Agenda.
The President elect John Mahama was giving his victory speech at his residence at Cantonments in Accra.
He thanked the Electoral Commission for executing its mandate efficiently and the people of Ghana for keeping faith in him.
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