Mahama promises Nursing training school in Aflao during his tour of Volta Region, as part of the NDC’s larger plan to invest in social infrastructure
Ghana goes into the polls in less than two months and political contenders are working tirelessly to ensure they become the people’s choice after the elections. President John Mahama has made yet another promise in the course of his campaign for a second term.
Mahama has promised to build a Nursing and Midwifery Training school in Aflao in the Ketu South district of the Volta Region, if he is given the nod for a second term in office. The President made this promise during his one week campaign tour of the Volta Region.
Mahama promises Nursing training school as part of the NDC’s larger plan to invest in social infrastructure. The President also said his fulfillment of the promise will prove to the residents that he truly has their interests at heart.
President Mahama’s tour of Volta region saw him make series of promises to the residents. Mahama at Nkwanta North, promised to build a district hospital in Kpasa as well as fix the Kpasa roads connecting to Domonko and Nkwanta. He also promised Kpasa a permanent office for its district assembly. In addition, Mahama promised a harbor along with the creation of an industrial zone in Keta.
At Hohoe, the President promised to build Farmers’ Service Centre and also complete Eastern Corridor road. These and many others were the promises made by Mahama during his Volta region tour.
President Mahama will compete for the Presidential seat come December 7, alongside New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Presidential candidate Nana Addo, and presidential aspirants of other political parties.