See How Bawumia Was Mobbed By A Massive Crowd In Kumasi After Visiting Otumfour

The Ashanti Region’s rising support for Vice President and NPP Flagbearer Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia was evident at the Manhyia Palace on Sunday. The year-end ceremony was held on Sunday as part of the Asantehene’s yearly Akwasidae thanksgiving feast.

The new leader of the NPP, the vice president, arrived with his wife Samira and a large government and NPP entourage. When Dr. Bawumia and his party showed up at the Manhyia Palace, they were met with a massive welcome.

Hundreds of NPP lawmakers and supporters surrounded the vehicle that was transporting the vice president and his delegation of nearly ten ministers of state.

Dr Bawumia was accompanied by many government officials, including the Energy Minister Mathew Opoku Prempeh, the Education Minister Osei Yaw Adutwum, the Interior Minister Ambrose Dery, and the Ashanti Regional Chairman of the NPP, Stephen Ntim.
While the NPP and Ghana are engaged in the complex pursuit of ” Breaking the Eight, ” the importance of unity in achieving this goal becomes clear. The New Patriotic Party (NPP) candidate, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has been praised for his ability to bring people together as a leader, an attribute that is seen as crucial for the success of the party and the country as a whole.

Bawumia has been mockingly termed ” Christian in the day and Muslim at night” by some, but this only serves to show his inclusive nature and his consistent skill and readiness to engage with many groups. Many have also applauded his effort to begin, fostering, and thriving friendly connections across all parts of the country.

The goal of Bawumia’s campaign, which has so far been focused in the North, has been to present himself as a leader who can unite the nation.

The Overlord of Mamprugu, Naa Abdulai Mahama Shariga, has invited Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who is also the NPP’s 2024 flagbearer, to visit Bawku and assist in bringing together groups that have been at odds for a long time.

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