YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the running mate of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Professor Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang on Monday, October 5, 2020, begun a five-day tour of the Eastern Region.
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As part of her campaign tour ahead of the 2020 general elections she is expected to tour Asuogyamam, Lower Manya Krobo, Upper Manya Krobo, Yilo Krobo, Okere, Asene Manso Akroso, Kade, Akwatia, Lower West Akim and Nkawkaw.
In a statement issued by the the spokesperson for Prof. Naana Jane, Mawuena Trebarh the tour will give her the opportunity to interact with traditional authorities, religious leaders, civil society organisations and citizens from all walks of life.
YEN.com.gh has compiled photos and videos from her first day tour and campaign of the Eastern region.
She stopped by at the palace of Nana Afrakoma II, Paramount Queen Mother of Akwamuman.
Jubilant supporters waving at her as she drove through the township.
Professor Naana Jane interaction with chiefs and elders of the Boso-Gua traditional council.
Even in the evening, she did not stop but visited Asesewa Upper Manya.
She did not stop there but proceeded to visit Somanya.
In other news, former president John Mahama, also the leader and flagbearer of the NDC, has promised to eradicate the existing double-track system of the free SHS policy.
He said he will do this in a year of Ghanaians vote him and the NDC in the coming December elections.
Mahama said he will also include private senior high schools in the policy for them also to benefit.
He was said to be addressing a durbar of chiefs and farmers in the Asunafo North district of the Ahafo Region, where he had embarked on a tour.
Mahama also promised the people that he has always stood for free quality senior high school education, therefore, claims by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) that he would abolish it when elected is not true.
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