Regional Minister Hon Helen Ntoso, the Regional party executives and key national executives were upbeat as they criss-crossed the northern belt of the region.
From Peki, through Vakpo, Sovie Nkwanta to Dodo, women sang 'arise, arise for Ghana' as their men chanted in anticipation of a great electoral victory for President Mahama. From Hohoe, Havé through Ho the people gathered and stood along the streets to hail John Mahama.
The Zongos, like never before, reaffirmed their unrepentant love for the NDC and its leader. The men charged their communities as the women danced along with Cadres chants.
The Traditional authorities were bolder than ever in re-affirming their support as they made clarion calls to the people of the region to rally around President Mahama and the NDC.
Two other major engagements also took the Chief of Staff's attention during the campaign.
They were the massively attended 'encounter with Professionals' and the 'Jobs Summit', both of which copiously laid out the development and job creation agenda of President Mahama to the middle class and the youth respectively.
As he traversed the region, the Chief of Staff Mr Julius Debrah was ably anchored in his campaign by seasoned party seniors and officials, namely, Professor Kwamena Ahwoi, Madam Faustina Nelson, Mr Kofi Totobi Quakye, Deputy General Secretary Korku Anyidoho, Deputy Communications Minister Hon Ato Sarpong, National Communications Officer Solomon Nkansah and his Deputies, the NDC's Regional Chairman Mr Gyapong Cudjoe and many others who deployed their talents and experiences in admirable fashion in support of the campaign.
At every stage and every engagement the Chief of Staff was unable to end his speeches without observing the level of cooperation and love shown by the people of the Volta Region. The embrace was palpable as the libations were instructive.
He departed the region humbled by the sheer support shown to President Mahama, having no doubt in his mind that come December 7th, the people of the Volta Region will produce a victory which has never been seen before, for President John Dramani Mahama.