President Mahama on two-day visit in Wa

Wa, Nov. 9, GNA – President John Dramani Mahama on Sunday arrived in Wa for a two day visit and was met by a milling crowd of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) supporters at Bamahu who ushered him into town.

The supporters clad in NDC Paraphernalia trooped to Bamahu on motorbikes and in buses amidst drumming and dancing and waited several hours for the President to arrive from Bole at about 18:30 hours.

Addressing the teeming crowd, President Mahama thanked them for the massive turnout and assured them that come 2016, the NDC would win the elections one-touch.

He said the NDC won the 2012 polls by 50.7 per cent, representing about 300,000 votes, yet opponents of the NDC still went to court; adding that the NDC 2016 win would be massive to discourage or make it difficult for them to go to court again.

‘It is going to be a one-touch victory come 2016′, President Mahama emphasised.

As part of the President’s visit, he would address the Upper Regional House of Chiefs at a meeting in Wa and later interact with NDC executives and supporters at the Wa Secondary/Technical School Conference Hall.

President Mahama would also pay courtesy calls on some opinion leaders in Wa.


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