Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Thousands of NDC supporters have gathered at the Cape Coast Sports Stadium for the incumbent government’s campaign launch this [Sunday] afternoon.

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

NDC sympathisers making their way to the stadium for the mammoth campaign launch

In all about 40,000 members of the National Democratic Congress are expected to be at the event. The theme of the launch is “Changing Lives, Transforming Ghana”.

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Mr Fritz Baffour NDC MP for Ablekuma South

President John Mahama and Vice President Kwesi Amissah-Arthur will be officially presented as flagbearer and running mate ahead of the December polls.

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Business activities in the regional capital have seen a massive surge as fateful of the party converge in the town

Ghana goes to the polls to elect president and parliamentarians for the next four years on December 7.

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President Mahama and Nana Akufo-Addo of the New Patriotic Party are the frontrunners in the elections.

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Thousands of supporters of the NDC seated and ready for the event

Nana Akufo-Addo is making his third consecutive chase at the Flagstaff House while President Mahama, who ascended the throne after the demise of his boss John Atta Mills in 2012, will be making a second term attempt.

Thousands assemble for NDC's campaign launch

Actor John Dumelo in black shirt was also at the NDC campaign launch

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