Former President Mahama’s Eastern Region tour to ignite hope, says NDC chairman

Former President Mahama's Eastern Region tour to ignite hope, says NDC chairman
Mr. David Walter Hormenu

Former President 's upcoming two-day campaign tour of the is anticipated to bring a fresh wave of hope to the people, according to Mr. David Walter Hormenu, the former National Democratic Congress () Chairman for Lower Manya . The visit, scheduled from January 30th to 31st, 2024, is part of a “dynamic two-day building Ghana” campaign.

The itinerary begins with a meeting at the Peduase Resort in the Constituency, where President Mahama will engage with the Regional Executive Committee and other stakeholders. Mr Hormenu expressed optimism that the visit would inspire hope among the people, particularly in challenging economic times when livelihood projects initiated during the last NDC administration have stalled.

Speaking at the Agormanya Saint Martin's Parish Hall, where the former President was set to meet with various community groups, Mr Hormenu highlighted the importance of President Mahama's return to continue development initiatives, emphasizing the neglect of ‘E Block' school buildings in the Krobo enclaves by the current administration.

“John Dramani Mahama's visit today will instil hope in the people; he will assist them in finding solutions to their challenges and pave the way for positive change in the situation faced by the Krobos,” Mr Hormenu stated.

He expressed confidence that President Mahama's commitment to development if elected in the upcoming polls, would lead to substantial economic growth and an improved quality of life for the people.

Mr Kojo Danquah, the Eastern Regional Communications Officer of the NDC, shared President Mahama's itinerary, including visits to Anum Palace, a courtesy call to Zongo Chiefs, and engagements with transport unions and traders in Agormenya. The tour also involves a town hall meeting in the Constituency and visits to the Asokore SDA Training College.

The second day of the tour includes a breakfast meeting with the clergy at the Koforidua Eastern Premier Hotel, a courtesy call on the Chief of Kukurantumi, interactions with local farmers, an engagement ceremony at Nsutam Community Centre, and a rally with party executives.

Mr. Danquah emphasized that the visit underscored President Mahama's dedication to engagement, inclusivity, and progress for all, recognizing the Eastern Region's pivotal role in shaping the nation's future.

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