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Former President John Dramani Mahama and flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) is undertaking a three-day tour of selected communities in the Western North Region.

The tour dubbed “Speak out session” commenced on Monday.

A statement signed and issued by the NDC National Communications Officer, Mr Sammy Gyamfi, said: “the SpeakOut with John Mahama will take place in all 16 regions of the country and serve as an opportunity for the NDC leader to meet, interact and listen directly to the people of Ghana.”

Below is the full statement

JOHN MAHAMA HEADS OFF TO THE WESTERN NORTH REGION ON A “SpeakOut” TOUR.

The flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress, John Dramani Mahama, is set to begin a three-day working visit to the Western North Region, which will include an interaction with a wide section of people from across the region in what is dubbed a SpeakOut Session.

The SpeakOut with John Mahama will take place in all 16 regions of the country and serve as an opportunity for the NDC leader to meet, interact and listen directly to the people of Ghana. Among others, the SpeakOut initiative will enable him to better appreciate their personal desires and expectations, the needs of their communities and what they consider should be the priorities of government towards improving their standard of living and enhance social infrastructure.

Accompanying Mr. Mahama will be the Party’s Manifesto Committee, who will also take advantage of the tour to listen to the grassroots views and incorporate them in the party’s 2020 Manifesto.

The Western North tour begins on Tuesday, 18th February, 2020 and ends on Thursday, 20th February, 2020.

Signed,
SAMMY GYAMFI
National Communication Officer, NDC

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