The Central Regional branch of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) will be embarking on a unity walk in the regional capital, Cape Coast.

The event is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 29th October 2017.

A statement signed by Kwesi Dawood, the Regional Communications Officer said: “As part of our reorganisation programmes of the region, the CR-NDC family is embarking on a unity walk in Cape Coast on Sunday, 29th October 2017, beginning at 6am. The converging point for this important walk will be the SIWDU-PARK, where NDC faithfuls and activists from our region will proceed with the walk through Kotokuraba to Ewim to Cape Coast ECG to Petro Roundabout to Amanful to Gyegyem to the Cape Coast Castle. From there, through the Jackson Street, and end at London Bridge where leaders of the party will address the participants.

“The Regional Party Secretariat, by this release, extends our heartfelt gratitude to His Excellency John Dramani Mahama, the immediate past President of Ghana, who is also a son of our region for accepting our humble invitation to participate in our unity walk. We are by this release also inviting the rank and file of our party leadership from national to the branches, as well as all potential aspirants of party positions from the branches to presidential flagbearership, to join us in this historic walk which promises to be MEGA and SUPER as we rebuild towards recapturing power in 2020.

“The organising team, under the leadership of our Regional Chairman, will be updating members of the CR-NDC family on preparations and arrangements leading to the historic 29th October, 2017 NDC unity walk in Cape Coast. In the true spirit and letter of the NDC motto, we shall walk to chase the deceitful elephants into the bush come 2020. Unity heals! Unity restores!! Unity fixes!!! Come one, Come all.”

Source: Ghana/

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