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Former President John Dramani Mahama Begins Campaign Tour of Upper West Region

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Former President John Dramani Mahama has embarked on a two-day campaign tour of the Upper West Region, as part of his presidential bid for the 2024 elections. The Upper West Region is one of the last two regions on his campaign tour before the elections on May 13, 2023.

The former president is visiting all eleven constituencies in the region to interact with branch and constituency executives. The Upper West Region is a stronghold of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), and Mahama hopes to energise the party base, mobilise and motivate them ahead of the campaign.

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Mahama’s ‘Building the Ghana We Want Together’ campaign has already visited 257 constituencies in 14 regions, requiring the former president to travel over 12,000 kilometres and interact with more than 337,000 delegates.

The campaign aims to build a better Ghana for all by providing access to education, healthcare, infrastructure and employment opportunities. Mahama is running on a platform that prioritises job creation, industrialisation, and the development of critical infrastructure, such as roads, bridges, and electricity.

The former president is expected to highlight his achievements during his previous administration, including the introduction of the free senior high school education programme and other policies aimed at improving the lives of Ghanaians.

Mahama’s campaign tour of the Upper West Region is an opportunity for him to connect with voters, listen to their concerns, and present his vision for the future of Ghana.

For the most part, Mahama’s campaign has been focused on building momentum for the NDC, and he hopes to continue this momentum in the Upper West Region. The former president is expected to round up his campaign tour in the Savanna Region before the May 13, 2023, presidential and parliamentary elections.

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