Mahama’s ‘Accounting to the People Tour’ to hit Upper East

Mahama’s ‘Accounting to the People Tour’ to hit Upper East

President John Dramani Mahama will travel to the Upper East Region for the latest leg of his ‘Accounting to the People’ tour today.

The president was expected to be in the region on Sunday but it was rescheduled to Monday for unspecified reasons.

This stop will be his eighth in his journey across the country to all ten regions.

Mahama is expected to inspect current and ongoing developmental projects and also unveil completed projects while in the region

President Mahama has made stops in the Eastern, Central and Western Regions, where he paid courtesy calls on chiefs, interacted with traders and residents of various communities.

He’s also had the opportunity to address a number of issues including entrepreneurship, employment and the economy.

In the Western Region, Mahama participated in a ceremony to convert the Takoradi Polytechnic into a technical university.

Programme line-up

The President will be undertaking the following programmes during his tour.

11.30am: Sod-cutting for Bolga- Bawku Road at Tilli/Zebilla

12.30pm: Departure to Bawku Water Project site (Inspection of Project)

1.30pm: Departure Tamme Dam Site (Sod Cutting Ceremony)

3.00pm: Departure to Bawku

3.30pm: Courtesy Call on Bawku Naba

4.30pm: Departure to Bolgatanga

8.00pm: Evening Interaction with the Clergy


By: Edwin Kwakofi/

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