President Nana Akufo-Addo will deliver a speech to a crowd of supporters at the Kumasi Jubilee Park today, Saturday, April 2.
The president is expected to say that the Free SHS will start in September, that the One-district-one-factory will materialise and that jobs will be created for the teaming unemployed youth.
He is also expected to ask the rank and file of the New Patriotic Party to remain calm and give him time to roll out his polices.
Organisers of the event say it was "planned long ago," rejecting claims that it is a panic visit to the region to address pressing party issues such as the Delta Force attack on the Ashanti Regional Security Coordinator and the boycott of radio and TV panel discussions by the party's communications officers.
On Saturday, the president visited the Ashentehene Otumfuo II where he promised to apply the law regardless whose ox is gored.
He also met the leadership of market women and Kayayei in Kumasi, vowing to end taskforce harassment.
The president made the promise to end the rampant harassment of market women by Assembly taskforce after his attention was drawn to it by the leadership of the market women.
According to them, Assembly taskforce operatives demand extra tolls from them, even after they have paid the requisite taxes to the Assembly as stipulated by law.
Today's rally will be his first since he was sworn into office on January 7, 2017.