With just 2 days to the December 7 general elecions, all the political parties in the country are wrapping up on their various political activities in the country.
For this reason, the National Democratic Congress(NDC) with the erstwhile President John Dramani Mahama as the party's flagbearer, decided to harness the last minute opportunity to swiftly move through durbar of chiefs in some constituencies they have not been during their campaign expeditions in the Greater Accra region.
Just like Fadama in the Okaikoi Central contituency where an avalanche of NDC followers waited till the rally came to an end around 1 am, a myriad of NDC fanatics as well waited for the President candidate as he moved from one constituency to another last night.
Last night, John Mahama had a massive rally at Nsakina- Amasaman before proceeding to Domeabra where he introduced the NDC parliamentary candidates to the respective constituents and again took his time to enlighten the crowd on how to go about casting their votes for him as well as the NDC parliamentary candidates on the ballot paper come 7th December.
The NDC is hopeful that all those massive crowds which showed up at the various chief durbars and rallies will be converted into great votes on election day.
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