The Volta region will be the centre of political attraction as the Chief of Staff Julius Debrah and his team move their campaign there to canvass for votes for President John Mahama.
Mr Julius Debrah goes to the region barely some days after the New Patriotic Party (NPP) flag bearer, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, ended his tour of the region.
Mr. Debrah’s team is made up of old and new generation political politicians consisting of Professor Kwamena Ahwoi, leading member of the NDC and a veteran political strategist and local governance expert, former Minister for National Security, Kofi Totobi Kwakye, Faustina Nelson, member NDC national Campaign team, NDC deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho, NDC National Communication Officer, Solomon Nkansah, and his deputy, Presidential Staffers Adu Asare and Emilia Arthur.
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Mr. Debrah’s campaign strategy involves engagements with grassroots supporters, former DCEs and Ministers, cadres, CDRs, mobilization, members of June 4, Non Formal, former members of 31st December Women’s Movement, veranda boys and girls and other NDC groups.
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The Chief of Staff and his entourage will be on a five-day campaign tour of the region.
Mr Debrah is expected to visit Peki Tsiame, Have, Vakpo, Breawniase (Nkwanta South), Poase Cement (Akan Constituency), Hohoe Zongo and Kpeve.