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Andrew Atariwini writes: Dear friends and fellow northerners, support Dr. Bawumia

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I write this post today with a sense of gratitude and a deep conviction in my heart. I would like to call upon all of you, the wonderful people of the northern belt of Ghana, and especially  those in the NPP, to lend your unwavering support to Dr. Bawumia in his bid to become the presidential candidate of the NPP and ultimately the President of Ghana.

Allow me to share a personal experience that highlights the importance of such solidarity.

When I was contesting for the public relations office of the Ghana National Union of Polytechnic Students, I was fortunate to receive overwhelming support from all the polytechnics across the three northern regions. It was a clear demonstration of unity and belief in my competence to handle the responsibilities of the position.

Dr. Bawumia, too, has distinguished himself through his exceptional dedication and hard work. His commitment to the progress and development of Ghana is evident to all.

By supporting him, we not only acknowledge his outstanding qualities but also remain faithful to our conscience and shared values as a people.

This appeal is particularly crucial for the youth of our regions. Dr. Bawumia represents our surest link to having a voice at the decision-making table. With him as our representative, we can actively participate in shaping the future of our beloved nation.

Let us denounce any attempts to disintegrate us as a people. We are northerners, and our strength lies in our unity, love, respect, harmony, and coexistence.

Together, we can overcome any challenges and work towards a brighter future for ourselves and generations to come.

I urge all of you to spread the message of support for Dr. Bawumia within our communities, families, and social circles.

 Let us rally behind him, showcasing our unwavering support as a united front.

Together, we can make a difference and contribute to the positive transformation of our beloved Ghana.

#SupportBawumia #UnitedForProgress #Itispossible.

With gratitude and hope. 

Andrew Atariwini.

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