Opposition presidential candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih and running-mate Faisal Naseem's have planned on visiting Addu City and Fuvahmulah as their last stop for campaigning ahead of crunch elections.
Both Solih and his running-mate Faisal Naseem are expected to fly to Fuvahmulah sometime around Wednesday afternoon.
The duo will be meeting with the locals of the city and take part in an opposition organized rally in Fuvahmulah on Wednesday evening.
With just three days remaining ahead of the crunch presidential elections - which has seen its fair share of commotion and public upheaval - the opposition candidates will be traveling to Addu City on Thursday as their last stop to campaign ahead of the elections.
Both Solih and Naseem are expected to reach back to Maldives capital Male' City on Friday after concluding the final phase of their campaign.
While polls are expected to start on Sunday, Solih has managed to travel across the island nation visiting more than 180 of inhabited islands seeking council from locals of these islands.
During his campaign visits across the island nation atolls, Solih identified important basic services lacking in islands, and pledged of future prospects solving voiced issues by the public.