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Bawumia Campaign Asserts: “No Lies” from Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Says Communications Director Dennis Miracles Aboagye


In a bold statement of confidence and transparency, the communications director of the Bawumia campaign, Dennis Miracles Aboagye, has emphatically declared that there is nothing that Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has lied about. Aboagye’s assertion comes amidst ongoing political discourse and scrutiny surrounding the integrity and truthfulness of political leaders in Ghana.

Addressing reporters at a press conference, Aboagye reiterated the campaign’s steadfast commitment to honesty and accountability, emphasizing that Dr. Bawumia’s track record speaks for itself. According to Aboagye, Bawumia’s tenure as Vice President has been characterized by a dedication to facts, data-driven policy initiatives, and a transparent communication approach.

Aboagye pointed to Dr. Bawumia’s extensive portfolio of achievements and policy interventions, ranging from economic reforms to digital innovation, as evidence of his commitment to truthfulness and integrity in public service. He highlighted Bawumia’s role in spearheading initiatives such as the digitization of government services, the implementation of the National Identification System, and efforts to formalize the economy through initiatives like the Ghana Card and the Mobile Money Interoperability platform.

Furthermore, Aboagye dismissed allegations of dishonesty leveled against Dr. Bawumia by political opponents, describing them as baseless and politically motivated. He urged the public to focus on the substantive issues and tangible results delivered by the Bawumia-led administration, rather than engaging in divisive rhetoric and smear campaigns.

In response to questions from journalists regarding specific instances of alleged falsehoods, Aboagye reiterated his assertion that there is no evidence to suggest that Dr. Bawumia has been dishonest or misleading in his public statements. He invited critics to engage in constructive dialogue and debate based on facts and empirical evidence, rather than resorting to character attacks and misinformation.

As Ghana approaches the next election cycle, the issue of political integrity and honesty is expected to remain a central theme in public discourse. With the Bawumia campaign doubling down on its commitment to transparency and truthfulness, the stage is set for a robust debate on the values and principles that will shape the country’s future leadership.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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