National Democratic Congress (NDC) loyalists all turned up on Monday, March 7 at the streets of Hohoe in the Volta Region in a health walk to show their support for the President in the forthcoming elections. The health walk is said to be organised by the youth wing of the NDC.
The health walk saw some high officials in government like Chief of Staff, Julius Deborah; Minister of Interior Prosper Bani; Minister of Health, Alex Segbefia; Deputy Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation and MP of the constituency, Dr. Bernice Adiku Heloo.
Optimistic about their victory for the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in the November general elections, it is a fun health walk for the NDC loyalists.
There was also the presence of Mr. Francis Ganyaglo, Deputy Regional Minister; presidential staffer Elvis Afriyie Ankrah and the entire regional executives of the NDC.
According to the Deputy Volta Regional Organizer for the National Democratic Congress, Joyce Osei, the walk was aimed at bringing the youth together as a political party to address effective strategies for the November elections.
The whole idea was to bring the youth on board because as a political party you can only win elections through the youth and women’s wing so we just wanted to vitalise the youth and the women’s wing but I was surprised at the turn out. I am very impressed because this is just the beginning,” said Joyce.
The NDC is very optimistic of a win in the November elections. President Mahama in his State Of The Nation (SOTN) Address assured Ghanaians of his administration’s dedication and efficiency in taking the country to the next level. Although many oppositions have tried to undermine the achievements of the Mahama administration, he is still convinced the NDC will pull through at the November polls.