- Lordina Mahama has been spotted campaigning for the NDC in the Bono East Region
- This comes as news after reports emerged she had packed out of her home
- She interacted with te chiefs an d people in the region, and encouraged the people to come out in their number to vote for the NDC and John Mahama
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After reports emerged that former first lady and wife of former president Mahama, Lordina had packed out of their matrimonial home, she has been spotted campaigning.
According to report she packed out of her matrimonial home because of various rumours and scandals of her husband involving himself with actress, Tracey Boakye and musician Mzbel.
John Mahama explained that the absence of his wife on the campaign trail was due to some lies told about her in 2016 that has caused her to be traumatised.
However, in a photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, the former first lady has been spotted finally campaigning for the return of her husband and the NDC.
According to a report filed by Pulse.com, on November 9, 2020, Lordina toured the Kintampo South Constituency in the Bono East Region to encourage the constituents to vote for the NDC.
Her next point of call was at Jepa where she called on the chief and the Zongo chiefs.
Th former first lady also visited her hometown, Ampomah where she was resoundingly welcomed as well.
On Tuesday, November 10, Lordina Mahama took her tour of the Bono East Region to Kintampo and Nkoranza.
She, however, encouraged the people to come out in their number to vote for the NDC and John Mahama because he is a President Ghanaians can trust, and he has a track record of development without discrimination.
Still on the NDC, the National Organizer of the NDC, Joshua Akamba revealed that the next NDC government will not make the job application process as tiresome as it is now.
According to him, the NDC will not leave out those who lack academic qualifications when it comes to its job creation agenda.
Speaking at a mini-rally in Bawku in the Upper East region, Akamba said the next NDC administration will focus on CVs and not certificates as requirements for jobs.
Explaining further, he said focusing solely on academic qualifications has in the past disadvantaged many teeming youths who were working hard for the NDC.
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