Former president John Dramani Mahama has successfully touched down in the Northern Regional capital of Tamale ahead on a unity walk that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is set to embark on.
The former NDC flag bearer arrived at the Tamale airport on Friday aheadSaturday morning's unity walk.
He was accompanied by some senior members of the NDC, including one of the party's most trusted lawyers, Edudzi Kudzo Tameklo.
The unity walk is part of the NDC's strategies to regain power come 2020, with the party lining up similar programmes in other regions too.
The party is hoping to be able to use this unity walk to mobilise its supporters in the Northern Region and to also allow for the supporters to interact with party officials to lay down their grievances.
This, the party believes will be a huge step towards their regaining of power in 2020.
The NDC and its presidential candidate, John Mahama, were handed a heavy defeat by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and then candidate Akufo-Addo during the 2016 elections.
The party also lost a number of seats in Parliament after Ghanaians voted massively against them following a mixed eight years in office.
The unity walk in Tamale is the first of many to come as the party strategises ahead of the 2020 polls.
The NDC's Council of Elders, as well as the party's founder Jerry John Rawlings, are all expected to be present at the unity walk in Tamale on Saturday morning.
A similar unity walk will be held in Accra on September 21.
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