Vice President Dr Mahamdu Bawumia on Friday, pulled a surprise visit in Ashaiman to observe Jummah, the congregational Friday prayers with his fellow Muslims.
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After prayers, he called on Imams, Chiefs and Community leaders of Ashaiman and interacted with them about the inclusive policies of the government of President Akufo-Addo, especially our flagship education for all policy, Free SHS.
In pictures sighted by YEN.com.gh on the veep's Facebook page, the people of Ashaiman were seen jubilating at his presence in their community and showed four fingers to signal their support for the NPP's second term in office.
As part of his visit, he took the opportunity to talk about the Akufo-Addo government's prioritisation of education, and its quest to make it freely accessible to all to ensure a brighter future for the youth and nation.
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His visit to the community as shared on Facebook drew a lot of reactions from Ghanaians
Iddrisu Mustapha said a simple prayer for all his wishes
Maasha Allah. May Allah SWT be with you and guide you through your what ever you intend to do for the nation.
Senior Abrantie believes the NPP deserves another
8 yrs for my hard working vice after 4more4nana to do much more exceedingly and abundance
Augustine Santos Mawuli called his attention to Ablekuma.
Dear Mr Vice President,The misapprehension going on in Ablekuman North Constitution will affect the General Election if you Mr Vice President do not do anything about It. The New elected MP is not in good terms with the sitting MP
Aloo Issah Iddris was not impressed with the pictures that were taken
Hmmm even in the process of salat u are taking pictures? Stop playing with God.
We are really grateful to have you as our vice president
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In other news, Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, says whether he will take over from his boss, President Nana Akufo-Addo or not, is in the hands of the Almighty God.
According to the veep, he is focused on his work as vice president for now and is not thinking about becoming president for now.
Bawumia made the comment while responding to the question “Would you like to succeed your boss one day?” during an interview on Peace FM on August 26, 2020.
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