The former President and also the 2020 National Democratic Congress flagbearer Mahama continues with his manifesto promises as he campaigns with the bone of contention to rescue Ghanaians from the 'incompetency' of the ruling government.
He said the electorate are going to decide based on trust and what the two main candidates delivered and not on emotions.
Mahama addressing a durbar of Chiefs and people at Kajeji in the Sene East area, referred to the abandoned road from Kajeji through Kwame Danso to link the Atebubu Amanteng -Ejura-Mampong highway and said if the NDC has been retained in 2016, that project would have been completed.
Replying to Akufo-Addo's plea to the Kwame Danso people in the Bono East region which is also one of the strong hold of the NDC to change their voting pattern during his tour to the area but Mahama intervened with his.
He also gave assurance to the youth in terms of job creation going all out to re-emphasise his promise to legalise and properly regulate the okada business.
He explained the legalization of the Okada is to prevent the youth from idleness and also prevent them in engaging in social vices.That was where he promise that his government will assist the youth interested in riding motorbikes to acquire a new one and later pay in installments in order to earn a living.
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