Legon Ladies For JM To Campaign For Prez Mahama Via Technology (PHOTO)

Ghanaian Ladies at the country’s premier University, Legon have geared up for an intensive technology campaign for President John Dramani Mahama ahead of the 2016 November 7, elections.

Lawrencia Abena Wurah, President, Young Professionals for John Mahama has said the group is impressed with the sterling performance of the Mahama led administration so far and is confident that given another term, President John Mahama will further develop Ghana to a much appreciable level.

The Deputy Minister of Communication, Ato Sarpong who was the special guest at the first meeting of Ladies group on campus pledged to support the young ladies in their quest for the Technology based campaign on all social media platform to canvass for votes for the president.

He urged the group get involved in the limited registration exercise on April 28 and campaign to ensure the NDC is retained in power after the November 7 elections.

Mr Ato Sarpong said Ghanaians can attest to the fact that government has put in place plans and policies that is boosting the economy in order to improve on the standard of living for Ghanaians.

The Aspiring Member of Parliament for Ayawaso West Wuogon, Delali Kwasi Brempong also pledged his support to the group. The Legon Ladies for JM is a young but dynamic group poised to use Technological means to reach out to many vibrant ladies on Legon Campus to vow their staunch support for Mahama in the coming elections.

Their first meeting was held at the Akuafo Hall of the University of Ghana last Saturday to premier the NDC’s GreenBook Campaign to its members.