President John Mahama is making a stopover with his ‘Accounting to the People’ train in the Volta region, starting today Tuesday, April 19 to Thursday, April 21, 2016.
The nationwide tour which has already been to the Western and Eastern regions, was to showcase development projects undertaken by government in the last three years, as he inaugurate some completed ones and inspect work on others.
While in the Volta region for the next three days, President Mahama will inaugurate some completed road projects including, a 46km stretch of the Eastern Corridor Road between Dodo Pepesu and Nkwanta funded by the European Union, the 70km Worawora to Dambai road, and a 17km Ho-Fume road.
He will also inspect work on some other roads such as, the Dapa- Pampawie- Ahamasu Junction Cocoa Road project, Dambai- Kete Krachi road as well as cut sod for the construction of the roads between Juapong- Abutia and well as the Juapong-Volo-Adidome.
In the education sector, President Mahama will officially open the region’s second Community Day SHS at Chinderi in the Krachi Nchumuru district and also commission a new Engineering Laboratory at the Ho Polytechnic.
During the tour, the President will pay courtesy call on the traditional leaders at Kadjebi, Hohoe and Kete-Krachi. He will also interact with cross section of residents in the region including traders at the Ho central market, to explain his programmes and policies as he seeks a second term in office .