Former President Kufuor has expressed anxiety about the potential political tension characterizing November’s general elections.
According to him, all political players responsible for the polls must avoid acts that could mar the credibility of the elections.
The former president who has stated that elections are not wars, said Ghanaians must appreciate the prevailing peace and conduct themselves in a peaceful manner during voting day.
He told Nii Arday Clegg, host of Morning Starr, that the electoral commission requires the support of all although he does not expect the EC to neglect its core duties of being fair and transparent.
“We are praying for it, if we are not confident then what is the use, we must continue to hope and continue to do constructive criticisms so that all concerned are put on their toes to the best for the sake of Ghana.
“We see what is happening around us all over the place and we must learn from it. We do not want the explosions that take place elsewhere in Ghana so we should all caution ourselves,” Mr. Kufuor said.