#iChooseJM Campaign Form Groups To Tour Ghana
In 60 days to the 2016 elections, the domineering youth campaign train, #iChooseJM, has embarked on simultaneous nationwide campaign to touch base with many communities at the same time.
The JM campaigners have formed teams to be in different communities, so as to send down the message of President John Mahama to as many people as possible.
The strategy which has been piloted by these youth has blown into full scale as the Mahama youth are currently seen campaigning in communities in the Upper West, Northern and the Greater Accra regions.
As at 10:00 am today, it was confirmed that a team of #iChooseJM campaigners are in Tumu to do an outreach in some parts of the Upper West Region. They will then proceed with the Hon. Alijata Suleimana, to the Wellembele township, also in the Sissala East Constituency.
Tomorrow that group of #iChooseJM campaigners will be at Gwollu and Boti to campaign ahead of the launch of the Campaign of the Hon. Regional Minister, at Sissala West.
Likewise, a group of #iChooseJM Campaigners who left Accra yesterday to join their local counterparts in the Northern Region are currently in Nanton, to do outreach ahead of the Campaign launch of Hon. Mutala Mohammed, the Member of Parliament. That group are expected back in Tamale to campaign on Sunday morning and later storm the Tamale North campaign launch of the Hon. Alhassan Suhiyini.
In Ashaiman today, a group of #iChooseJM Campaigners will be mounting a stand to offer free medical services to the people of the Ashaiman township.
The Medical Outreach themed: TOUCHING LIVES is to herald the campaign launch of Hon. Ernest Norgbey and also enable the campaigners have one on one interaction with the patrons.
Last week, it was a surprise to many political pundits to see the #iChooseJM Campaigners doing outreach in communities in the Upper West region whilst the same movement was spotted in the Ningo Prampram Constituency, in the Greater Accra Region, doing outreach and supporting the Campaign Launch of Hon. Sam George.