I want to move Ghana to the next level – Bawumia

17 june 2023

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice President, has officially submitted his nomination forms to participate in the presidential primaries of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). The submission took place on Friday, June 16, accompanied by prominent NPP members, including lawmakers.

During a gathering at the NPP headquarters in Accra, Dr. Bawumia emphasized the need to propel Ghana to new heights.

He expressed gratitude to God for his life’s journey, acknowledging the challenges he faced along the way. Hard work, honesty, and faith, according to him, were the key ingredients that enabled him to reach this point and unlock his full potential.

“‘I have worked hard all my life. It has been an amazing journey, and I thank God. It hasn’t been an easy journey; it has taken handwork, patience, and honesty to get here,” he stated.

Dr. Bawumia regarded this day as a significant milestone, reflecting on his educational path from Sakasaka Primary School to Tamale Secondary School, furthering his studies at Oxford University, and subsequently assuming positions at the Bank of Ghana as Deputy Governor and, ultimately, Vice President of the Republic of Ghana.

Over the course of the past 22 years, Dr. Bawumia has dedicated himself to the NPP, defending the party during both favorable and challenging times.

He believes that with collective determination and effort, Ghana can achieve the level of development attained by other nations. Dr. Bawumia emphasized the possibility of breaking the eight-year cycle and called upon the support of the people, signaling the beginning of his campaign.

“I have defended the party in good times; it is possible to be like other countries if we put our mind and energy into it. It is time to take Ghana to the next level. It is possible to break the 8; I am counting on your support from now on,” he added.

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