Samira Bawumia: 5 photos that show she is her husband's support system

Samira Bawumia: 5 photos that show she is her husband's support system

There is a saying that behind every successful man there is a woman who obviously supports his goals and aspirations.

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One of such women who is a clear example of this saying is wife of Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, Samira Bawumia.

Knowing how difficult and tough it is to do politics, the pretty wife of the vice president of Ghana has always stood by him.

From their campaign days through to him becoming the vice president of Ghana, she has shown massive support for her spouse in his political career.

Samira Bawumia is indeed a force to reckon with when it comes to supporting her spouse in his line of work.

Even with the responsibilities of being a mother of four and having roles to play, she still finds time to do that.

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1. Samira gallantly led the way as her husband was attending the 2020 State of the Nation's Address

2. At the launch of the Party's Manifesto, she was in Cape Coast to support him.

3. At the town hall meeting on the the NPP's infrastructural achievements.

4. At the Economic management meeting.

5. Sitting next to her husband at the 40th anniversary since the passing of Dr Abreka Busia.

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Her ‘twin sister’, whom she identified as B Ankrah, wore long braids, and that was the only difference between them.

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