The National Democratic Congress (NDC) lost it's bid to lead the country for a second four-year term to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in a historic elections
Samira Bawumia promised the governing party that the electorate would do well to remember the party's wrongdoings as they were casting their votes.
Wife of NPP running mate, Mahamadu Bawumia - Samira Bawumia - rocked the streets of Mamobi and Nima to share flyers and educate people on the need to vote.
The founder of Zongo for Mahama, who seemed to have taken personally to Samira's criticisms of President Mahama and the NDC, used savage words on Samira Bawumia
Samira Bawumia, has stated at a campaign rally that the party has learnt its lessons from the 2012 elections and will not stand for any form of rigging or cheat
There is no denying that Mrs. Bawumia is a force the NPP needed with respect to her ability to connect well with people from all walks of life.
Mrs Bawumia has been in the news lately for her campaigns for the NPP through her tours around the country, preaching the message of change to the electorate.
Samira Bawumia condemned the Mahama administration over the bus branding saga saying it has denied Ghanaians millions of cedis describing him as incompetent
Mrs Bawumia responded to the president, saying: "I may not understand the technicalities involved in denying communities a basic and necessary amenities"
Samira Bawumia was on hand to support her husband when he delivered his lecture on the state of the economy