President John Mahama and his campaign team are heading to the Western region today, as the December polls inches closer.
He will begin activities in the region by first commissioning the Sekondi Kojokrom Community Senior High School.
The President will then move on to pay courtesy calls on chiefs, religious leaders and other recognisable groups in the region. He will then hold rallies, visit markets and commission other projects the NDC has embarked on under his leadership over the last four years.
Mr. Mahama who is seeking a second term in office is being fiercely challenged by the NPP’s Nana Akufo-Addo who is making his third attempt at the Presidency.
Ghana goes to the polls on December 7, to elect a president and parliamentarians.
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