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You will never be given opportunity to be president – Mahama tells Bawumia 







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President John Dramani Mahama has opined that Nana Akufo-Addo’s running mate, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia will never be given the opportunity to lead the party “should anything happen”.

“Let anything happen today and let our brother Bawumia say he is standing for president in NPP. They will never give it to him, I can assure you…” he indicated.

Addressing party supporters in Lawra as part of his campaign tour of the Upper West Region, President Mahama said: “Alhaji Aliu Mahama was vice president under the NPP government. He served faithfully under President Kufuor and, so, when eight years was up and President Kufuor was leaving, the natural order of succession is that he should have been given the opportunity to lead that party, but 17 people contested him and defeated him and that is why I say NDC is a party of opportunity because if NDC wasn’t, who am I? A boy from Bole born in Damango, who am I to stand here and call myself president of the Republic of Ghana?”

“Sometimes I feel sad when I see some of our northern brothers running around and also doing this. … They will use you and dump you. I want to live and see the day. Let anything happen today and let our brother Bawumia say he is standing for president in NPP. They will never give it to him, I can assure you. When the misfortune hit us and our father Professor Mills passed away, the constitution said the vice president should take over, I did. But then we were close to an election. If it was another party, they would have insisted that there should be a congress and in that congress I would have been contested and they would have given the leadership to somebody else,” the President added.






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