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Politics of Saturday, 9 July 2011

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Nduom Exploratory Team Reaches Upper East Region

Members of the Youth for Nduom 2012 Exploratory Committee who are currently touring the Nation to ascertain the viability of Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom’s candidature for president of Republic of Ghana in 2012, have arrived in Upper East Region to continue the Exploration which began on Monday, 27 June 2011 in the Central Region. After having a successful exploration in the Central, Western Ashanti, Brong Ahafo and Upper West Regions, the team has arrived in Upper East to continue with the exploration. As of Yesterday, Thursday, 7th July 2011, the committee had arrived Bolgatanga, the Regional Capital to continue with its exploratory work and hoping to complete its mission in the Region on Saturday, 10 July 2011. The purpose of the tour is to retrieve questionnaires from nationwide volunteers, interview people on the ground and interact with them to get first hand information from them. It is expected that the tour will reveal why millions followed Dr. Nduom in the 2008 elections yet did not reflect in the election results for the year. The committee is also expected to inform Dr. Nduom on the type of strategies to adopt in his 2012 bid if he so decides.

It is against this background that the committee has been to Five Regions of Ghana. In those regions, majority of the people who came into contact with the committee, welcomed the team and gave their honest views and suggestions on the candidature of Dr. Nduom. It is believed that the little pieces of ideas and suggestions given are strong signals and good indicators for a positive result in the 2012 elections for Dr.Nduom.

Today, the group is in Upper East region to continue its work. We want to use this medium to thank the volunteers who have made it possible for us to come this far with remarkable success.

It is our hope to deliver a good result and present a positive report to the office of Dr. Papa kwesi Nduom

Richard Nii Amarh
Spokesperson for the Committee
8th JULY 2011