- Former president, John Mahama recently described the Digital Address System as a scam
- Vice president, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia responded by saying that Mahama's words were mere propaganda
- A former deputy minister then cautioned the vice president to obtain tutorials on self-conduct from former vice president, Amissah-Arthur
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Members of the minority side in parliament have asked urged Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to learn from his predecessor, Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur.
They have expressed optimism that he would benefit from the tuition if he takes it serious.
They stated that Dr. Bawumia’s recent conduct does not befit the status of a vice president.
This was due to his response to former president, John Mahama’s comments about the Digital Address System.
Mahama described the technology as a scam, when he joined NDC members in Cape Coast for the Unity Walk.
“How can you launch a Google GPS system that is freely available on our mobile phone and say it is a national addressing system”, he queried.
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Dr. Bawumia, in his response, claimed that Mahama’s speech was simply propaganda.
A former deputy minister of Finance, Cassiel Ato Forson said that Dr. Bawumia’s response was unfortunate.
He added that it was harsh and an insult to the former president.
Forson again said that The vice president needed to check his temperant, as his words were not the best.
He again stated that Dr. Bawumia has failed to exhibit his understanding of his role.
Dr. Bawumia was therefore advised to seek tutorials from his predecessor, Amissah-Arthur.
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