2016 campaign start NDC distributes 'John Mahama' Coca Cola

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Executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in Ho in the Volta Region have customized Coca cola drinks with the picture of President John Mahama to enable the region attract votes from the delegates at an executive meeting to discuss the successes chalked by the government in the region.

The Volta region which is the strong hold of the NDC have agitated over the lack of developments in the region to the effect that they have not been treated fairly with regard to the allotment of projects.

But Minister of State at the Presidency, Elvis Afriyie Ankrah who was at the function was reported to have stated that the NDC government has established the University of Health Allied Science (UHAS) therefore the region should be content with the project.

 

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