In an attempt to reach a wider audience with the NDC’s “People’s Manifesto”, a group of party communicators and youth activits in the Northern Region on Monday, 3rd October took over the principal streets of the Tamale Metropolis with flyers and banners to canvas for votes ahead of the 7th December, 2020 elections.
The group who went around the city also displayed placards containing some significant messages of the NDC to motorists at vantage points and intersections within the central business district of Tamale.
The moves had become necessary due to the ban on political rallies admits the Covid-19 pandemic in an attempt to stem the spread of the dreaded disease.
Political parties both governing NPP and the opposition NDC have resorted to house-to-house and virtual campaign on traditional and social media on why Ghanaians should vote for each them.
However, the campaigners including the Northern Regional Communications Office, General Amin also paused to interact with drivers and commercial tricycle operators on why they should vote former President John Mahama and the NDC on December 7, 2020.
They also pasted stickers of the manifesto and those of both flagbearer Mr Mahama and his running mate Prof Naana Opoku-Agyemang on motorbikes and commercial tricycles.
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