The President of the Republic Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo from Monday 27th July 2020 begun a three-day tour of the Northern, North East, and Savanna regions of the country.
He went on this tour to commission projects, break ground for new projects to begin and visit the revered palaces of traditional authorities.
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As such, President Akufo-Addo paid a courtesy call on the Kusawguwura and proceeded to commission the Yapei Water Project in the Yapei Kusawgu constituency on Monday, July 27 to mark Day One of the tours in the Savanna Region.
Day Two also found the President in the North East and Northern regions. He called on the Nayiri and proceeded to commission the Nalerigu Water Project.
He also cut the sod for work to begin on an Ultra-modern regional office for the Youth Employment Agency in Nalerigu in the North East region.
The final day’s tour schedule began with a courtesy call on the Yaa-Na, Mahama Abukari II, in Yendi.
The President also cut the sod for the construction of the Yendi Water Project and to Damongo in the Savanna region where he paid a courtesy call on the Yagbonwura and cut the sod for the Damongo Water Project to also begin.
This activity was the climax of the President’s tour of the three regions.
As part of his tour, Nana Addo was interviewed on PAD 95.1 FM and his presidential seat was sent to the studios of the radio station instead of the office chair that regular panellists use.
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