The President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is today beginning a two day tour of the Volta Region.
This forms part of the ongoing regional tours began by the president this year.
The president had already visited a number of regions including Northern, Savannah and Central where he inspected ongoing projects and inaugurated completed ones.
Like in the regions already visited, the president will inspect ongoing development projects and inaugurate those completed and also make an appearance in a local radio station to respond to critical concerns from the people of the region.
The Volta Region, described as the world bank of the opposition NDC, has been the most difficult political terrain for the NPP.
However, the party appears to be making some in rolls, where for the first time the NPP won a parliamentary seat in the last election.
Railways Minister John Peter Amewu shocked the nation by annexing the Hohoe seat from the NDC. Even though some political watchers believe it is not likely for Amewu to retain the seat, the NPP is optimistic of not only retaining that seat, but also winning a few more in addition and also increasing their overall vote counts in the region.
This visit by the President will thus be used to energize party faithful in the region.
This all forms part of the grand agenda by the NPP to break the eight by winning the next presidential election.