On Friday, June 16, 2023, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia issued a warning against returning Ghana’s leadership to certain people.
Bawumia stated in his speech that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government has implemented many transformative policies, such as the Ghana card, the digital address, mobile money interoperability, delivery of medicines by drones, One District, One Factory, Planting for Food and Jobs, Zongo Development Fund, Agenda 111, Free TVET, and Free SHS. Bawumia made this statement after submitting his nomination forms to compete for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer slot.
Bawumia warns Ghanaians voting for this particular people
In addition to that, he stated that the government has been responsible for the creation of 2.1 million jobs in the past six years.
Bawumia issued a stern warning, stating that it is not in the nation’s best interest to revert to “visionless” leadership.
After having adopted these transformative policy initiatives, it is absolutely crucial that we as a country do not take any steps in the wrong direction. We are unable to place the leadership of our nation in the hands of those who do not comprehend the mission and are not committed to achieving it.
Because of this, it is essential for us to get past the initial barrier of eight. “There is still a great deal more that needs to be done,” he continued.
Thousands of NPP party members showed their approval for Bawumia by cheering and applauding him throughout his address.
“I want to move Ghana to the next level.” – Bawumia
Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has stated that, should he be elected president of Ghana, he will make it a priority to steer the country towards even greater levels of economic growth and social progress.
“I believe that it is time to advance Ghana to the next level by building on the foundations that we have put in place so far. In order to do this, we must build on the foundations that we have put in place so far.
I hope that we can work together to make Ghana a place where innovation, data, and systemic change all contribute to broad-based economic expansion.
My goal is to make Ghana the center of digital activity in all of Africa. I want us to eliminate the digital divide and implement digital technology and artificial intelligence so that we may improve a variety of fields, including healthcare, education, and the delivery of public services, among others.