- Hundreds of sympathisers of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) hit the streets of Bolgatanga in the Upper East Region for NDC's unity walk
- Former President John Mahama was the center of attraction
Former president John Dramani Mahama is thankful to the people of Bolgatanga in the Upper East region for showing him “love” during the 9th unity walk organized by the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Mahama was joined by scores of NDC sympathizers as they walked around the streets of Bolga in the party’s latest unity walk.
Having led the walks in other regions, the ex-president was once again ably represented as he addressed the crowd on the way forward for the party.
The unity walks are part of a conscious effort to help connect the rank and file of the NDC following that big loss in the 2016 elections.
Mahama received raucous applause throughout the session, as he bonded with the NDC sympathisers who partook in the health walk.
He later took to social media to thank the people of Bolga for the love shown to him during the NDC’s latest unity walk.
In a Facebook post, Mahama also praised the LOC for their contribution in making the who event a success.
The former president wrote: “Participated in the 9th edition of the Unity Walk in Bolga. Thanks to the LOC and people of Bolga for the love.”
Mahama is yet to confirm whether or not he will contest in the 2020 elections, however, he revealed during the unity walk that he would soon make known his decision.
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