The pair, Ms. Benedicta Naana Ampem, the ruling party’ candidate, and her opponent from the NPP, Mr. Eyiah Kyei-Baffour, together with their supporters for hours marched through the main streets of the town to send a powerful message to all to uphold the peace and unity of the constituency as the nation prepared to go to the polls.
He pointed out that the election should be a contest of ideas but not insults, insinuations and violence.
He called for everybody to conduct themselves responsibly and avoid doing anything to create tension and confusion.
Ms. Naana Ampem advised the youth to refuse to be part of any evil agenda to undermine the peace and security of the area.
On his part, Mr. Kyei-Baffour, called for political tolerance and respect and asked the people not to see their political opponents as enemies.
Voters wanted to hear what the politicians were going to do differently to bring progress to them and that was why they should focus on issues.
The walk was climaxed with a football gala played between the various youth groups in the constituency