Politics

Bawumia Forces Mahama To Step Out To Campaign

The outreach street campaign of the 2024 Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, which is gaining momentum ahead of the December polls, has forced the opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama to also step out to campaign.

The NDC flagbearer has been missing in action for sometime with speculations that he has not been too well.

A recent survey conducted by Professor Smart Sarpong, the Director of Research and Innovation at Kumasi Technical University, shows that Dr Bawumia is the leading presidential candidate with 38.9% preference for the 2024 general elections.

John Dramani Mahama, the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), is slightly behind with 36.1%.

The survey reveals Bawumia’s lead in several regions including Ahafo, Ashanti, Bono, Central, Eastern, North East, Western, and Western North.

The NPP flagbearer, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has adopted a new campaign strategy by reaching out to the electorate at their base to interact with them.

Dr Bawumia has so far, toured fifteen Regions to interact with the Clergy, Muslim leaders, students’ Unions and market women respectively among other identifiable groups.

However, in a desperate attempt, the former President, John Mahama, who wants to catch the attention of the public has also stepped out to embark on the same move as the Vice President is doing.

In a video trending, the Former President was ambushed by video/cameramen taking photos of him when he was interacting with some women at the Canoe Wharf area of the Tema Fishing Harbour on Saturday.

The former President was seen moving table by table at the base shaking hands with the women and posing for photos.

He engaged with various operators in the wharf, including traders, fishmongers, fishermen, fish processors, canoe and other equipment owners, and others.

In his address, former President, John Mahama assured them that his administration would work to revive the fishing industry by ensuring that their essential supplies, such as premix fuel and outboard motors, were delivered to the landing beach committees and chief fishermen.

He also promised that artisanal fishing would be excluded from the closed-season policy.

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