Residents the Ghana News Agency (GNA) interviewed said they accepted the ruling of the judges in good faith since it was the highest court of land.
The news team observed that principal streets in the metropolis remained calm with some radio stations playing gospel songs.
The radio stations in the twin-city did not take any phone-in calls for people to express their opinions on the verdict which helped to calm tempers.
No one was seen jubilating or arguing about the verdict while people went about their business peacefully.
Although some New Patriotic Party supporters were not happy about the ruling, they said there was nothing they could do to overturn the verdict.
The Western Regional Chairman of the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC), Nana Kojo Toku, told the GNA that Ghana had won, and commended Ghanaians for showing maturity in accepting the verdict.
He urged all well-meaning Ghanaians to rally behind the government to propel the development of the country forward.
Nana Toku also advised the NDC supporters to be prudent with their jubilations so as maintain the prevailing peace and harmony.
Meanwhile, Nana Owusu Ankomah, Western Regional Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), said the party had accepted the verdict in good faith and commended the party™s supporters for exhibiting maturity.