Six Presidential candidates in Ghana are appealing to aggrieved parties to seek redress through the courts.
This comes as the largest opposition political party; the National Democratic Congress (NDC) continues nationwide demonstrations against the election result.
The six candidates who collectively garnered under 1% in the December 7 election, say the current political atmosphere is unhealthy and could spiral out of control.
Meanwhile, the National Peace Council has called for calm between the governing New Patriotic Party and the opposition National Democratic Congress.
Our Accra Correspondent Atiewin Mbilla-Lawson reports.