Dec. 31, GNA –
7- President John Dramani Mahama marked his first anniversary as President of
the Republic by holding a Press conference that attracted both domestic and
international Media houses
Tamale, Jan.16 - President Mahama undertook his first regional tour to the Northern Region, where he thanked the people for voting for him in the 2012 general election, commissioned completed development projects and cut the sod for commencement of work on new ones in the region.
Aburi, Feb. 2 - President Mahama met and interacted with members of the Diplomatic corps at the Peduase Lodge in the Eastern Region, as a way of forging unity and openness among them.
Akosombo, May 13 – President John Mahama addressed a National Economic Forum that was organised by government at Senchi in the Eastern Region. The forum was to among other things make recommendations that could resuscitate the 'falling economy'.
Accra, May 25- President John Mahama was among other African and world leaders that attended President Zuma's investiture on at Pretoria in South Africa.
Accra, May 30 - After assuming the Chairmanship of the Economic Community of West African States, President John Mahama addressed an ECOWAS meeting that dwelled on terrorism in Mali and Boko Haram in Northern Nigeria.
Malabo, June 26 - President John Mahama joined other African Heads of State in their meeting that centred on Agriculture improvement in the country and food security.
Accra, July 26 - Due to the rising insecurity in the sub region and the insurgence of the Ebola Virus Disease, President Mahama convened a two-day ECOWAS Authority of Heads of state on the political turmoil in Mali and the Ebola virus disease in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Accra, July 31 - President John Mahama left Accra for Washington DC in the United States of America to attend a two-day US-Africa leaders' Summit on August 5-7, 2014.
Accra, Aug. 12 - President Mahama launched the Youth Enterprise Support Initiative that would among other issues empower youth and graduates with Entrepreneurial skills with some financial support to set up their own businesses to become employers to other teeming youth.
Komenda, Aug. 19. GNA - President John Dramani Mahama broke the grounds for commencement of work of the revamped Komenda sugar factory in line with government's decision to concentrate on the production of commodities, Ghana had comparative advantage in.
Tamale, Sept. 9 - As a measure to expand the Tamale airport into the second international airport in Ghana, President John Mahama broke the grounds for the expansion works at the airport.
Accra, Sept. 18 - President John Mahama left Accra for New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly summit. While there, the President addressed the General Assembly, attended meetings on climate change, business and economic forums, delivered lectures in the Havard and Brandeis Universities in the Boston Massachusetts and interacted with the Ghanaian community at Worcester.
London, Oct. 23 - President John Mahama addressed the opening ceremony of the Ghana-UK investment forum organised by the Ghana Export Promotion Council in London.
Sefwi-Wiawso, Nov. 5 - President Mahama was the special Guest of honour during the 30th annual Farmers' day held at Sefwi-Wiawso in the Western Region, where farmers throughout the country received awards in farming, fishing and Aquaculture.
Kumasi, Dec. 20 - President John Mahama as the leader of the ruling National Democratic Congress addressed the party's delegates congress where new national party executives were elected into office.
Kpong, Dec. 23, – President John Mahama inaugurated the expanded Kpong water project expected to produce 20 million gallons of water to Tema and Accra especially to areas that hitherto had had no pipe-borne water for the past 15 years and beyond.
Bawku, Dec. 27 - President Mahama on addressed the chiefs and people of Bawku in their historic festival that was organised after years of ethnic conflict in the area between the Kusasis and Mamprusis.