Bawumia and Samira flaunt their son and daughter in new photos
- Dr Bawumia and His wife Samira have shared family photos online
- The photos show the two having dinner with two of their children
-The photos have got loads of reactions on social media
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Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and his wife, Samira, have taken to social media to flaunt their children.
The new photos shared on the respective Instagram pages of the vice president and second lady were of a family dinner.
In the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh, Dr Bawumia could be seen sitting at the far end of the table with Samira to his right and his son, Abdul, to the left. The daughter, Nadia, sat to her mother's right.
In front of them were plates of food and glasses of water suggesting that they were having dinner at home.
Dr Bawumia who first shared the photos on social media confirmed that it was dinner time and being the month of Ramadan, it is the dinner for the break of fast called Iftar.
According to him, Iftar is a unique opportunity "unique opportunity with the family" for Muslims.
"In the past few years, the Iftar has also offered me the opportunity to engage and pray with fellow Muslims across the country. This hasn't been possible this year due to COVID-19 restrictions," he added.
He thus urged all to "observe the restrictions and intensify prayers at our various homes towards the end of Ramadan, let us remember our families, loved ones and the country in our prayers."
Dr Bawumia's photo on Instagram was reposted by his on her official page with the same caption.
The posts got many social media users to comment on the photos of Dr Bawumia and his family.
@adwoa_valarine was interested in their son: "Give your son to me errr."
@educationist_ambassador_1 wanted moe children from the Bawumias: Aaaah like seriously, you have only two children...Aaaah like how.... please give more ...This is Beautiful..."
@you_are_thoufiqed said: "@mbawumia May Allah accept our prayers and bless the world and help us overcome the current pandemic and make the world a peaceful place and may Allah bless all Ghanians sir. Love your country and it’s people and the warmth and love they shower on us."
@jabirgbambegu was politicking: "We pray as always for a Muslim president. We don't have one yet, and is just as well, because we have a hardworking Muslim vice president.policing."
Nadia and Abdul are not the only childrenBawumia and Samira as they have two other siblings.
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