Holding placards some of which read:
we need peace, divided we fall, lets respect all views and election is
not about war, the children numbering over 500 kept shouting we want peace
The peace march was climaxed with a durbar at the school grounds under the theme peaceful elections - responsibility for all.
Mr. Johnny OwusuBoadi, the Municipal Director of Education, called on the supporters of all the political parties to follow the steps of their flagbearers by declaring their commitment to peaceful elections.
He warned the students, who were below 18 years but managed to register to stay away from the polling stations on voting day.
Mr. OwusuBoadi said it was an offence for adults to encourage minors to participate in democratic elections.
The Municipal Director of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) Mr. Emmanuel Duah Attobrah stressed the need for political tolerance since the country had accepted multi-party democracy.
The 1992 Constitution guarantees multi-party democracy, therefore, there is no need to fight over different political and partisan affiliation, he said.
Madam Amina Achiaa, the proprietress of the school, said the durbar was informed by their corporate responsibility to join the campaign for peace.