Former President John Dramani Mahama who is also the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the 2020 general elections will visit the Savannah Region on Tuesday, 13th August 2019 and Wednesday, 14th August 2019.
The Savannah Regional Secretary of the NDC in an exclusive interview with thepressradio.com said the people of the Savannah Region are ready to welcome the incoming President of Ghana John Dramani Mahama where he hails from.
On the itinerary of the former President Mr Salisu Be- Awuribe said he will touch down at the Tamale Airport on the morning of Tuesday, 13th August 2019 and move straight to the Central Gonja District where he will visit Debre and Mankpang and from there move to the West Gonja District and visit the King and Overlord of Gonjaland Yagbonwura Tuntumba Boresa at the Jakpa Palace at Damongo.
Mr Be- Awuribe said after paying homage to the Yagbonwura the former President will be at the Damongo Lorry park to inaugurate all the Regional Committees of the NDC and then move to a site to cut sod for the construction of an ultra- modern Regional office for the NDC in Damongo and after that proceed to Larabanga where he will meet the people.
From Larabanga the former President will move into the Sawla- Tuna- Kalba District where he will meet the people of Gbiniyiri and Gindabuou and then proceed to Sawla town to interact with the people.
The Savannah Region NDC scribe said the next day Wednesday 14th August 2019, the former President will start his tour in the Southern part of the Bole District at Banda- Nkwanta and then come back to Mandari and then Bole town to interact with them.
He said from Bole the former President will move to the North Gonja District where he will meet with the people of Daboya and Lingbinshi and return to meet the people of Busunu in the West Gonja District before proceeding to Tamale to continue his tour of other Regions.
Mr Salisu Be- Awuribe called on the people of the Savannah Region to come out in their numbers to meet the former President and listen to his good message.
Source: Thepressradio.co/Zion Abdul Rauf