Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will on Wednesday start a two-day campaign tour of the Oti Region.

He is expected to meet traditional authorities, Muslim Communities and solicit for votes towards retaining the New Patriotic Party led government in power in the December polls.

The Vice President would also have a discussion with the party regional communications directors, other executives and the Parliamentary candidates.

The tour will take him to SALL, Buem and Nkwanta South constituencies, with a durbar expected to be held in his honour by the chiefs and people of Santrokofie, Akpafu, Lolobi and Likpe (SALL) Traditional Areas at Like Mate in the Buem and Nkwanta South Constituencies.

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Mr Seidu Musah, Oti Regional Communications Director of the NPP told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in an interview that Dr Bawumia would also visit Kadjebi and Akan Constituencies to address the Chiefs and people on the achievements of policies and programmes and the need to retain them.

He said Dr Bawumia would commission some school infrastructure for the Kpassa Senior High Technical School, meet the chiefs and people of Nkwanta North and South Constituencies and then move to Dambai in the Krachi East.

Dr Bawumia would interact with chiefs and people of Asukawkaw, Pai Katanga, Adowkwanta, Tokoroanu, Dormabin, KpareKpare on the other leg before entering Dambai, all in the Krachi East Municipality of the Oti region and later depart to the Volta Regional capital, Ho.

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—GNA

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