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John Mahama to be Outdoored on May 7


2008-04-30 22:33:46
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Mr. John Dramani Mahama would be officially outdoored as running mate of Professor John Evans Atta Mills, flag bearer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), on Wednesday, May 7 when the party launches its campaign for the 2008 elections.

Mr. Alex Segbafia, National Campaign Manager of the NDC, who announced this at a press conference on Wednesday, said the party would also outdoor the campaign theme and the theme song for the flag bearer on the day. "We will also use the occasion to initiate our new relationship with the media," he said, adding, "on that day (journalists) who will be accredited to cover the launch at the National Theatre will be given special packages".

He said the day would begin with a float on the streets of Accra and later converge at the National Theatre for the launch. "At the National Theatre, we will be showing you the new and interesting image of the NDC in terms of our logo, our colours and our messages," he said.

Mr. Segbafia noted that the NDC was approaching Election 2008 with a difference, saying there was a lot of verve and a total professional and scientific approach to the party's 2008 campaign.

"We have a comprehensive programme which we intend to adhere to diligently without allowing anyone to dictate an agenda for us," he said.

He explained that the NDC's 2008 campaign would project a presidential team rather than a person and that its campaign strategy would be issues based. Specific issues would therefore be addressed by specific team players based on their capacities.

Mr. Segbafia assured the public that the NDC had a united front and was heading towards victory in the December elections, saying that they were ready to give Ghana a focused and caring leadership led by Prof. Mills.

"We have no doubt in our minds that Ghanaians will give Prof. Mills the mandate in December," he said.

Source: GNA

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