Some shop owners and traders failed to open their shops and many workers just stayed glued to televisions awaiting the Court™s verdict.
It seemed the frequent reminder of the peace message and celebration in moderation theme went down well with many residents as muted deliberations were heard as the verdict was finally delivered.
Security personnel deployed to man vantage points and help quell any violence were virtually on a holiday as the few residents who went outdoors attended to their activities without any incident.
There were no group discussions as had been the practice with residents when such issues of national importance occur and the peaceful atmosphere was indeed calm and serene.
Nana Kodwo Addae II, Chief of Abura told the GNA, that it is a win win for Ghana and that he was thrilled with the maturity people had exhibited after the ruling and prayed that the country™s democracy would continue to grow.