NDC Manifesto Mahama outdoors braille version of NDC manifesto today

President John Mahama on September 17, officially launched the party’s election 2016 manifesto in Sunyani in the Brong-Ahafo Region without a braille version for the visually impaired.

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The National Democratic Congress (NDC), will today [Monday October 10] launch the braille version of its manifesto in Accra.

A statement issued by the spokesperson for the party’s election 2016 presidential campaign, Joyce Bawah Mogtari said “the Braille Version will make the NDC Manifesto accessible to the visually impaired and reflects the commitment of the NDC and President Mahama to expand interventions and introduce additional social protection initiatives to benefit the vulnerable.”

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President Mahama is expected to interact with some persons with disability and present demonstration models of the motorized transport for physically challenged persons to the National Federation of Persons with Disability which he had earlier promised.

“Under the ‘Consolidating Social Protection’ section of the NDC 2016 Manifesto, President Mahama made a commitment to improve the mobility of the physically challenged and introduce them to economic activities using motorised tricycles,” the statement said.

The launch will take place at the forecourt of the State House in Accra at 2:00pm.

President John Mahama on September 17, officially launched the party’s election 2016 manifesto document in Sunyani in the Brong-Ahafo Region without a braille version for the visually impaired.

Addressing thousands of party supporters at the Sunyani coronation park in the Brong Ahafo region during the launch, the president said: “Our [manifesto] is not a catalog of lofty promises woven together to entice the electorates to vote for us as others want to do.” 

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