Bawumia's Mother Speaks.

The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Running Mate, Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia, is no more drawn out only a child of Walewale in the Northern Region, however a man all Ghanaians can make a case for. Hajia Mariama Bawumia, mother of the Dr. Bawumia, had these piercing words for individuals of the place where she grew up and Ghanaians a day after the NPP’s 2016 decision triumph.

Mrs. Bawumia was addressing Citi News on Saturday morning at the Bawumia’s family home as she embraced trust in her child, saying “he is a dedicated person so I know he will do well as Vice President.” “Right now he is for Ghana, not for Walewale. Presently he is for Ghana and we can’t expect more than what he can do. So what he can do he will do it. In the event that there is anything to help the group here he will help, however he is not here to state he is from Walewale. He is for Ghana so he will do what he can accomplish for Ghana,” she said. The Vice-President-elect’s mom likewise has high trusts in the in the approaching NPP organization drove by the President-elect, Nana Akufo-Addo, which she said will do “ponders”. “With Nana there, they will do ponders.

Nana is an obsessive worker and Mahamudu is one as well. So the two meeting up will do what they can for everyone to be upbeat.” “Nana is someone Mahamudu can gain from. He’s his dad and enormous sibling so I am not stressed. He is a father and huge sibling so I am not stressed. He will convey.” Dr. Bawumia, 53, has been by Nana Akufo-Addo’s side since 2008 where he was culled to from the Bank of Ghana to wind up distinctly the NPP’s Running Mate. He will now remain close by Nana Akufo-Addo at the Presidency after the NPP flagbearer was pronounced the fifth president of the fourth republic of Ghana by the Electoral Commission (EC) on Friday, December 9, 2016.

The NPP Flagbearer at last secured the administration at the third time of asking, beating the officeholder, President John Mahama who turned into the principal occupant to lose a presidential decision since Ghana came back to a multi-party vote based system in 1992. The EC pronounced him the unequivocal victor, with 53.85% of the votes, while President Mahama took 44.40% of the votes from the temporary outcomes.

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