Political Parties Leaders and their followers have been advised to conduct a peaceful campaign devoid of insults and personal attacks before and after the December general elections.
Nana Obeng Nuako III, chief of Dunkwa-on-Offin who gave this advice noted that insults and personal attacks usually bring about chaos and so therefore has to be nip in the bud for peaceful co-existence among the people.
The occasion was when the chief invited all the four parliamentary candidates and their executives in the upper Denkyira East constituency to his palace at Dunkwa and warned that he would not entertain insults during the campaign period in his traditional area.
According to him, the insults are fast too much on the airwaves in Dunkwa Municipal and that so far as they have put up themselves to contest such a high position; they have to talk on issues and not insulting each other.
Touching the development in Dunkwa, Nana Nuako appealed to the parliamentary candidates to help by using their influence to tar Dunkwa town roads to befit a municipal status.