Bawumia At 60: NPP Flagbearer Hopeful Marks His Birthday At Kumasi Children's Home: “I Am Grateful”

Bawumia At 60: NPP Flagbearer Hopeful Marks His Birthday At Kumasi Children's Home: “I Am Grateful”

  • New Patriotic Party (NPP) flagbearer aspirant and Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has celebrated his 60th birthday
  • He visited the Kumasi Children's Home with the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, to mark the momentous day and donate food items
  • Heartwarming pictures from the occasion, posted on his socials, have warmed the hearts of online users

The Vice-President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, marked his 60th birthday at the Kumasi Children's Home on Saturday, October 7.

He kicked off his day with early morning prayers before joining the orphanage to put smiles on their faces.

Photos of Dr Bawumia, Samira, and kids at the Kumasi Children's Home.
Bawumia marks his 60th birthday at the Kumasi Children's Home. Photo credit: mbawumia.
Source: Instagram

Bawumia expresses gratitude

Handlers of his socials gave his followers a glimpse of the beautiful memories the vice-president created with the kids and the donated food items to the charity. Bawumia visited the charity home with the Second Lady, Samira Bawumia, and some members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

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"From early morning prayer sessions to spending quality time with children of the Kumasi Children's Home, I say thus far, the Lord has brought me. I am grateful to you all for celebrating my 60th birthday with me," the caption read on Instagram.

See the images below:

Peeps celebrate Bawumia

Many were touched by the vice-president's decision to celebrate his birthday with the children at the charity home

NPP Projects Bureau said:

Happy birthday.

Mohammed Sadat Wuni commented:

Happy birthday, boss! You are a wonderful person and an inspirational leader. Our country is fortunate to have you as a leader!

Ramatu Abubakari reacted:

Happy birthday, his excellency. Allah's protection and guidance and good health are our portion. Allah richly bless your new age with abundant grace and favour.

Annor Samuel said:

Happy birthday, Sir.

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Nanaba Bernard Acheampong commented:

Your victory is written. God has ordained you a king already. You are Ghana's next president, and this is happening live.

Rita Danso commented:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Benito Kwadwo Asamoah Hon mentioned:

Father for all. God bless you.

Ahmed Kyebiri said:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Abdul Karim Bassit Bawa stated:

Happy birthday. Your reward is coming soon, on November 4.

Kosi D Attipoe commented:

Best wishes on your special day, Sir.

Hajia Haleemah TabarakAllah said:

Happy Alhaji Mahmoud. May Allah swt continue to protect and guide you through your endeavours and elevate you to greater heights as he has granted you grace and mercies from Him. Keep being you. We appreciate you.

Goodwill NyameAyebi Ozor commented:

Happy birthday, Doc. Age in grace. You're loved!

De General mentioned:

You are blessed, Veep.

Mandy Klen Williams posted:

Happy gracious birthday, Veep. May your smile never fade. Ya Allah, answer your prayers.

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Achiri Jnr said:

Happy birthday, great man.

Ahmmad Salim Saeed commented:

Happy Birthday to His Excellency.

Isaac Pinto Adomako said:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Yinbilabe Jola said:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Eugene Enuson Quarm commented:

Happy birth anniversary, Sir.

Dotluv McAdams posted:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Gideon Jojo Asare commented:

Blessed birthday, Sir.

Juliet Tyra Yeboah said:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Nana Kofi Dankwah commented:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Nana Poku said:

Happy birthday, Sir.

Bawumia turns 60

Relatedly, reported that Vice-President Bawumia received well-wishes from many New Patriotic Party (NPP) supporters as he turned 60 on October 7, 2023.

The hashtag #BawumiaAt60 trended, with well-wishers sending goodwill messages to the vice-president.

The Vice President also turns 60 as he wrestles with an ongoing economic crisis in Ghana.

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