In less than a week, Ghanaians head to the polls, with unemployment, corruption and a struggling economy some of the main issues. President John Mahama, who is bidding for a second four-year term, has prioritised boosting industry, energy, infrastructure, health and education. His main opponent, Nana Akufo-Addo, vows to alleviate poverty by installing basic services such as electricity, running water and sanitation. But what do Ghanaians want in their new president? Mabel Simpson, a designer and entrepreneur in Ghana's capital, Accra tells us what she is looking for.