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It was a colourful scene on Saturday when the main street of the Denu-Aflao stretch of the ECOWAS Highway in the Ketu South Constituency of the Volta Region was virtually adorned with the black, red, white and green colours of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC).
Hundreds of residents participated in the mammoth health walk dubbed “Kaleawo” health walk under the auspices of the Aflao Zonal Executives.
In attendance were the National Organiser of the NDC, Captain Joshua Akamba, the Volta Regional Organiser, Siki Abibu, Angela Tay of Afadzato South and the Former Deputy Minister of Culture of Tourism Dzifa Abla Gomashie.
Speaking on the theme Kaleawo Health Walk which literally means the Warriors Health Walk, Captain Akamba admonished the constituents not to despair about the recent calculated political persecution of the NDC national executives by the NPP government, rather they should remain resolute and unfazed. He urged the participants to work harder to return the NDC to power.
Siki Abibu challenged the crowd to encourage all first time registrants to take advantage of the impending limited registration exercise to have their names recorded in the EC’s register. He also touched on the importance of the Ghana Card and the need for all to have it.
The walk was the second phase of three day activities which saw Captain Akamba and Siki joining the Aflao Urban Zonal Executives for their half night prayer service on Friday after fellowshiping with the Muslims in the Aflao Akusa Park Mosque. The grand durbar is slated for 1pm on Sunday 12th May 2019 at Avoeme Park Aflao.
After the walk, the team used the opportunity to visit Constituency Deputy Organiser who is indisposed.
Other dignitaries included the Executives of the largest Constituency in Ghana led by the Constituency Vice Chairman, Emmanuel Addidivie, and the Secretary Desmond Kwaku Tsewu, the former Constituency Secretary, Foga Nukunu, Joseph Nyavie the Former Constituency Vice Chairman, and the Former Constituency Women Organiser Madam Juliet Sosoo.