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Bawumia Urges Ghanaians: “Promote Me to President, I Passed as Vice President”

In a stirring address to the nation, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia made a compelling case for his promotion to the presidency, citing his successful tenure as Vice President. Speaking at a rally in Accra, Dr. Bawumia highlighted his accomplishments and vision for Ghana’s future, urging citizens to support his bid in the upcoming elections.

“Over the past few years, we have made significant strides in stabilizing and growing our economy, enhancing infrastructure, and advancing digital innovation,” Dr. Bawumia stated. “I have demonstrated my commitment to the progress of our great nation. Now, I am asking you to promote me to President, so we can continue this journey together.”

Dr. Bawumia’s tenure as Vice President has been marked by several key achievements, including the implementation of the Mobile Money Interoperability System, which has significantly improved financial inclusion, and the Digital Address System, which has modernized Ghana’s address system. He also played a crucial role in managing the economic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Supporters at the rally cheered as Dr. Bawumia outlined his plans for the future, which include further economic reforms, expanding healthcare access, and investing in education and technology. “We have laid a strong foundation, but there is much more to be done. With your support, we can build a prosperous and inclusive Ghana for all,” he declared.

The Vice President’s call for promotion comes as the ruling party, the New Patriotic Party (NPP), gears up for the presidential primaries. Dr. Bawumia’s announcement has already garnered significant attention, with political analysts suggesting he could be a strong contender for the NPP’s nomination.

Critics, however, caution that the journey to the presidency will not be without challenges. Opposition parties have pointed to ongoing issues such as unemployment and corruption, arguing that more needs to be done to address these problems.

Despite the challenges, Dr. Bawumia remains optimistic. “We have faced obstacles before, and we have overcome them. Together, we will rise above any challenge and lead Ghana to greater heights,” he affirmed.

As the political landscape in Ghana continues to evolve, all eyes will be on Dr. Bawumia and his campaign. His plea to the electorate is clear: “Promote me to President, and let us continue to make history together.”

Ghanaians will soon decide if Dr. Bawumia’s proven track record as Vice President is enough to earn him the top spot in the nation’s leadership.

story filed by: Nana Kwaku Duah


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