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‘Choose JM’ campaign in Central Region 

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The choose John Mahama group of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has extended its campaign to the Central Region.

The group has been organising rallies to canvas for more votes for President John Dramani Mahama, in the 2016, General election.

A member of the group Edudzi Tameklo said, he and his colleagues have visited Cape Coast, Mankessim, Moree, Winneba–Junction, Assin Fosu and other constituencies to preach the good work of President John Dramani Mahama.

According to the Youth, President Mahama has unfinished vision for the youth of the country and therefore expressed the need to retain NDC in power to complete them.

Mr. Tameklo, who is a legal Practitioner, said the team has also targeted floating voters to vote for the NDC.

He cautioned the youth not to allow themselves to be used as a tool to create mayhem before, during and after the elections.

Mr. Tameklo said the group would extend its activities to the Eastern Region.

The Central Regional Chairman of NDC Allotey Jacobs, expressed concern about “propaganda economic hardship being made by New Patriotic Party to Ghanaians”.

He said government under President Mahama is using state resources to build factories, construct roads, and provision of education infrastructure and others to transform lives of the people.

Mr. Allotey Jacobs therefore called on Ghanaians to ignore the false propaganda false and vote massively for President Mahama in the November polls.

Mrs. Pokuaa Sawyer, a Member of Parliament (MP) for Agona East and Deputy Regional Minister enumerated a number of development projects that have been done in the Agona East.

She mentioned some of them as completion of community senior high school at Agona Namawura, which would be inaugurated by the President Mahama in August.

She said President Mahama has given huge resources to finance a number of projects in Agona East and asked the youth to vote massively for him and renew her mandate as MP in the November polls.


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