President John Dramani Mahama on Monday began a four-day campaign tour of the Northern Region.
While in the Region, the President would interact with the people, inspect and inaugurate completed projects and address rallies.
On the first day of the tour, President Mahama would pay a courtesy call on the newly enskinned Kpembewura, who in private life was known as Bismark Salifu Dari.
On the second day of his tour, President Mahama would address rallies at Kpandai, Kumidi in the Kpandai District, make a whistle stop at Lungni, call on Wulehi-Naa at Wulensi and hold a rally at Nakpayili all in the Nanumba South District.
He would also call on the regent of Nanung and chiefs in Bimbilla and address a rally at Chamba all in the Nanumba North District.
President Mahama would later on Tuesday pay a courtesy call on the Regent of Dagbon, and address rallies in Yendi and Mion in the Yendi Municipality.
On Wednesday, President Mahama would begin his itenary at Tatale-Sangule District, where he would interact with the chiefs and people and address a rally at Tatale, the District capital.
He would also address rallies at Zabzugu, make a whistle stop at Sabari, and then move to Saboba, where he would call on the paramount chief and later address rallies at Saboba and Wapuli to close the activities of the day.
On his last day of the campaign, President Mahama would move to the Chereponi District, where he would address rallies at Garinkuka, Chereponi and Wachiki before leaving for the Gushegu and Karaga District where he would be addressing rallies to round-off his first phase campaign tour of the Region.
The Region is the second President Mahama has carried his campaign to after previously visiting the Western Region soon after the campaign launch in Cape Coast last week.