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Mahama storms Ashanti region again on campaign tour

Former President John Mahama will be heading back to the Ashanti Region to continue his campaign which he cut short following the death of former President Jerry John Rawlings, a statement from the regional arm of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has announced.

Signed by Mr Kwame Zu, the statement said the presidential candidate of the NDC will arrive on Friday, 20 November 2020 at the Kumasi Airport “at 7am prompt and the secretariat urges constituency executives, parliamentary candidates, branch executives, stakeholders, party members, sympathisers and the general public to be at the airport to welcome Ghana’s next President, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama”.

Below is the  full statement:

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS

ASHANTI REGIONAL SECRETARIAT

LEADER AND FLAGBEARER OF THE NDC, H.E. JOHN DRAMANI MAHAMA RETURNS TO ASHANTI REGION

The Ashanti regional secretariat of the NDC announces for the information of the rank and file of our great party and the people of Ashanti region that the leader and flagbearer of the NDC, and Ghana’s next President, H.E. John Dramani Mahama, will, from Friday, November 20, 2020, continue his campaign tour of the Ashanti Region for the 2020 elections.

His Excellency John Mahama is expected to continue his interactions with traditional and religious leaders, chiefs and opinion leaders, professional groups, artisans, party members and sympathisers among other interest groups.

H.E. John Mahama arrives at the Kumasi Airport on Friday, November 20, 2020, at 7am prompt and the secretariat urges constituency executives, parliamentary candidates, branch executives, stakeholders, party members, sympathisers and the general public to be at the airport to welcome Ghana’s next President, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama.

All hands must be on deck to ensure the success of the campaign tour as we march to victory in December 2020.

Thank You.

Signed
Kwame Zu
Ashanti Regional Secretary, NDC
19.11.2020

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