Prez Mahama Begins “Accounting To The People” Tour of Greater Accra Region Today

President John Dramani Mahama will Today, June 14, 2016, begin his “Accounting to the People” Tour of the Greater Accra region which will be monitored by Ghanapoliticsonline.com.

As part of his activities, the President will be handing over ,300 buses and 200 pick ups to selected Senior High Schools, Technical/Vocational Schools, Special Schools, Polytechnics, Private Universities, Public Universities, Colleges of Education and District Education Offices of newly created districts.

Others to benefit include the new Community Day Schools, Student Unions, Student Loan Trust Secretariat, National Teaching Council and the Inspectorate Division of the GES.
Beneficiary institutions are from all 10 regions of Ghana.

President Mahama continues to invest massively in Education as he empowers the next generation.

He will also call on Chiefs and people of the region, inspect and inaugurate projects below.


JUNE 14-17,2016

His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, the President of The Republic of Ghana will start his Accounting To The People Tour in Greater Accra Region as follows:

✔(DAY 1) Tuesday, June 14, 2016

10.00am: Handing over of buses to Senior High Schools (Black Star Square)

11.00am: PoG departs the Black Star Square to the Golden Jubilee Lounge, KIA

11.10am: Departure formalities for HE Pranab Mukherjee, President of the Republic of India

11.30am: Departure from Golden Jubilee Lounge to Ada

12.30pm: Courtesy Call on the Chiefs of the Ada Traditional Council

1.30pm: Departure from the Ada Traditional Council

1.50pm: Inspection of road works – Kasseh to Ada Foah Project

2.20pm: Departure to Anyamam, off Sege

2.50pm: Interaction with the Chiefs, Fishermen, Artisans & Market Women at Anyamam

3.50pm: Departure to Saglemi Housing Project Site

4.00pm: Inspection of Housing Project

4.30pm: Departure from Saglemi Project Site

5.00pm: Visit to the Tema ICT Park

5.45pm: Departure to Accra

✔(DAY 2) Wednesday June 15, 2016

10.00am: Interaction with traders at the Madina Market

10.30am: Courtesy Call on the Madina Zongo Chiefs & his elders

11.20am: Departure to the Atomic

11.45am: Inspection of on-going works on the New District Hospital (Atomic)

12.20pm: Departure to Amasaman

12.40pm: Courtesy Call on the Amasaman Mantse & Ga West Association of Chiefs & Queen Mothers

1.40pm: Departure to Ofankor

2.00pm: Inauguration of the BRT Terminal (Ofankor)

3.00pm: Departure to Nima (through Maamobi)

3.30pm: Inspection of work on Nima Drain & Interaction with residents of Nima

4.30pm: Departure to the Ridge Hospital

5.00pm: Inspection of on-going works on the Ridge Hospital, accompanied by the Chiefs & Elders of Osu and Ga Mashie

5.45pm: Departure from the Ridge Hospital

8.00pm: Presidential Forum with SME business owners

✔(DAY 3) Thursday June 16, 2016

11.00am: Courtesy Call on the Tema Mantse

12.00pm: Departure from the Tema Mantse’s Palace to Ashaiman

12.20pm: Visit a “Waste to Bio-Fertilizer to Energy” Plant

1.00pm: Departure to the Ashaiman Traditional Council via the Asphalt Overlay Project (Inspection)

1.45pm: Courtesy Call on the Chiefs of the Ashaiman Traditional Council & Tribal Heads

3.00pm: Departure from Ashaiman

3.45pm: Courtesy Call on the Nungua Mantse

4.30pm: Courtesy Call on the Nungua Wulomo

5.10pm: Sod cutting – Teshie Community Day School

6.20pm: Departure to Accra

✔ (DAY 4) Friday June, 17 2016

8.00am: Breakfast Meeting

9.30am: Departure from the Breakfast Meeting

10.30am: Inauguration of new Production Line at the GIHOC Distilleries

11.30am: Departure from the Industrial Area to Mamprobi

12 noon: Inauguration of Millennium School (Mamprobi)

1.00pm: Departure to the SSNIT sponsored GYM Complex Site

1.40pm: Departure to Chorkor

2.00pm: Interaction with Fishermen, Fishmongers, Market Women & Residents of Chorkor & its environs

3.00pm: Departure to La

3.20pm: Courtesy Call on the La Mantse and his elders

4.20pm: Departure to Inspect Teshie Link/ Manet/ Spintex road

Thank you.


(Greater Accra Regional Communication Officer, )

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