Mahama campaigns in Accra today

The President and leader of the National Democratic Congress ( NDC), is also expected to inaugurate the Gold Coast Refinery.

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Mahama as part of his tour is expected to inaugurate two Community Day Senior High Schools at Frafraha and Kwabenya respectively.

The President is also expected to inaugurate the Gold Coast Refinery.

The inauguration of the Gold Coast Refinery is expected to create many direct and indirect jobs for the youth while the commissioning of the Community Day Schools adds up to efforts to ensure Accessible, Affordable and Quality education for Ghanaians.

He will also call on Chiefs and people of the region, inspect and inaugurate some projects.

He will interact with traders and drivers at Tema Community one market and address party supporters at Kwasia Dwaso.

President Mahama will later hold a rally at Ashaiman to address party supporters and introduce the parliamentary candidate.

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