The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council has called for calm amid ongoing post-election agitations.
The council noted that they have observed developments in the political environment that borders on the peace, security and stability of the nation after the December 7 presidential election.
In a press statement signed by the General Secretary, Rev. Emmanuel Barrigah, the police service was charged to protect the right to peaceful demonstrations by aggrieved parties while they remain professional about their responses to acts of indiscipline.
In the same vein, they urged dissatisfied groups to seek legal action to get their concerns adressed.
“We encourage the losing parties to strongly consider the constitutional option of proceeding to the supreme court with all the evidence they have gathered to seek a review of the decision of the EC,” the statement read.
Additionally, they appealed to the leadership of the political parties to call on their supporters nationwide to be circumspect and responsible while exercising their rights to free expression and demonstration.