NDC Campaign Mahama begins campaign tour in Brong Ahafo Region

President John Mahama is expected to visit all the constituencies within the five days.

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President John Mahama has arrived in the Brong Ahafo region for a five-day campaign tour for re-election ahead of the December general elections.

The president's campaign started with a courtesy call on Nana Pemampem Yaw Kagbrese, the 5th Paramount Chief of Yeji Traditional Area and President of Brong Ahafo Regional House of Chiefs.

He is expected to visit all the constituencies within the five days.

play President John Mahama greet chiefs in Yeji

 

The President’s itinerary for the five days is as follows.

Read more: 2016 elections will be peaceful - Mahama

DAY 1 (Tuesday October 04, 2016) - Courtesy call on the Omanhene of Yeji *Interaction with traders at Yeji *Courtesy call on the Omanhene of Prang *Courtesy call on the Omanhene of Basa *Interaction with chiefs of the Dwan Traditional Council *Courtesy call on the Omanhene of Amantin *Rally at Amantin.

See also: NDC condemns attack as police launch investigations

DAY 2 (Wednesday October 05, 2016) - 2016 National Best Teachers Award, Sunyani *Courtesy call on Omanhene of Bechem *Rally at Bechem *Courtesy call on Omanhene of Duayaw Nkwanta * Interaction with residents at Duayaw Nkwanta *Interaction with chiefs and people of Abesim.

play President John Mahama campaigns in Yeji

 

DAY 3 (Thursday October 06, 2016) - Durbar and inauguration of Community Day SHS @ New Longoro, Kintampo North *Interaction with the chiefs and people of Jema * Interaction with the chiefs and people of Busunya *Durbar & Inauguration of Krobo Community Day SHS, Techiman North *Courtesy call on Techiman Omanhene *Rally at Techiman.

More here: Mahama cautions against violence in December vote

DAY 4 (Friday October 07, 2016) - Interaction with the chiefs and people of Nkwabeng, Nkoranza South *Interaction with the chiefs and people of Wenchi *Courtesy call on Nsawkaw Traditional Council *Rally at Nsawkaw *Whistle stop - Sampa *Interaction with the chiefs and people of Drobo.

play President John Mahama greet chiefs in Yeji
 

DAY 5 (Saturday October 08, 2016) - Interaction with the chiefs and people of Dormaa Akwamu *Interaction with the chiefs and people of Amasu *Courtesy call on Omanhene of Mim *Rally at Mim *Interaction with the chiefs and people of Kenyasi.

*Departure from B/A.

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