Bawumia Has What It Takes To Become President – Atik Mohammed

Atik Mohammed has lauded Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia on his ascent to the presidency of Ghana, and he has done so in the context of the political career of the vice president.

Along with nine other candidates, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is running for the role of flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party, which is currently in power.

Bawumia Has What It Takes To Become President – Atik Mohammed

Following their Special Delegates Congress in August of this year, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will convene their main congress in November of this year to select five out of the ten candidates for the upcoming election.

There is a school of thinking that suggests that the fact that Dr. Bawumia is a Muslim will have a detrimental effect on the chances of the NPP winning the elections in 2024. This is in reference to the candidacy of Dr. Bawumia.

In light of this, there are some people advocating for a non-Muslim to take the reins of leadership inside the party; however, Atik Mohammed disagrees with these allegations.

Atik, who was a guest on the morning show Kokrokoo on Peace FM, opined that it is inappropriate to judge a person’s potential for leadership based on the person’s religious or ethnic background or on whether or not they are a member of a specific tribe.

He admonished his detractors by saying, “you do not need some of these incidentals to mar the beauty of his campaign.” As a result, he warned against the use of religion and tribal politics against the Vice President and emphasized that “Dr. Bawumia has what it takes to become President.”

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He became enraged and asked, “So what if he is a Muslim?”

Atik Mohammed has lauded Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia on his ascent to the presidency of Ghana, and he has done so in the context of the political career of the vice president.

Along with nine other candidates, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is running for the role of flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party, which is currently in power.

Following their Special Delegates Congress in August of this year, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will convene their main congress in November of this year to select five out of the ten candidates for the upcoming election.

There is a school of thinking that suggests that the fact that Dr. Bawumia is a Muslim will have a detrimental effect on the chances of the NPP winning the elections in 2024. This is in reference to the candidacy of Dr. Bawumia.

In light of this, there are some people advocating for a non-Muslim to take the reins of leadership inside the party; however, Atik Mohammed disagrees with these allegations.

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Atik, who was a guest on the morning show Kokrokoo on Peace FM, opined that it is inappropriate to judge a person’s potential for leadership based on the person’s religious or ethnic background or on whether or not they are a member of a specific tribe.

Atik admonished his detractors by saying, “you do not need some of these incidentals to mar the beauty of his campaign.” As a result, he warned against the use of religion and tribal politics against the Vice President and emphasized that “Dr. Bawumia has what it takes to become President.”

He became enraged and asked, “So what if he is a Muslim?”

Atik Mohammed has lauded Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia on his ascent to the presidency of Ghana, and he has done so in the context of the political career of the vice president.

Along with nine other candidates, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia is running for the role of flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party, which is currently in power.

Following their Special Delegates Congress in August of this year, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will convene their main congress in November of this year to select five out of the ten candidates for the upcoming election.

There is a school of thought that suggests that the fact that Dr. Bawumia is a Muslim will have a detrimental impact on the chances of the NPP winning the elections in 2024. This is in reference to the candidature of Dr. Bawumia.

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In light of this, there are some people advocating for a non-Muslim to take the reins of leadership inside the party; however, Atik Mohammed disagrees with these allegations.

Atik, who was a guest on the morning show Kokrokoo on Peace FM, opined that it is inappropriate to judge a person’s potential for leadership based on the person’s religious or ethnic background or on whether or not they are a member of a specific tribe.

He admonished his detractors by saying, “You do not need some of these incidentals to mar the beauty of his campaign.” As a result, he warned against the use of religion and tribal politics against the Vice President and emphasised that “Dr. Bawumia has what it takes to become President.”

He became enraged and asked, “So what if he is a Muslim?”

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