President John Mahama takes “better Ghana” message to E/R on a 5-day tour

President John Mahama takes “better Ghana” message to E/R on a 5-day tour

President John Dramani Mahama has began his five-day tour of the Eastern Region today. The tour forms part of the president’s campaign ahead of the December polls. He visited Abetifi, where he is scheduled to meet fishermen and farmers at Sempoa on day one.

President John Mahama takes “better Ghana” message to E/R on a 5-day tour

President John Mahama takes “better Ghana” message to E/R on a 5-day tour

He will also address a mini-rally at midday at the Mpraeso Lorry Park before moving to Nkawkaw to commission the Kwahu Fodoa Community Day Senior High School.

According to a statement issued by the NDC office in the Eastern Region, President Mahama will end his first day with a durbar in the Abuakwa North Constituency, where Victor Smith is standing as NDC’s parliamentary candidate.

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Below is the full details of the president’s itinerary:

Tuesday will see President Mahama attending a mini-rally in Ofoase-Ayirebi before moving to Akwatia to commission another community day SHS. The day will end with a mini-rally at Suhum.

Day Three will see the president storm the home constituency of rival Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Abuakwa South. He will pay a courtesy call on the Okyenhene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panin, after which a mini-rally will be called in his honour at the Kyebi Lorry Park.

The president will continue to Adoagyiri-Nsawam, Akuapim North and South and then the Okere Constituency, where he will wrap up with a mini-rally at Adukrom.

The penultimate day will see the NDC leader storm the regional capital, Koforidua. The tour will end at Lower Manya Krobo on Friday, October 28.

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