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Dr. Bawumia accuses “detractors” of spreading lies about him

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The Vice President of Ghana and a flagbearer candidate in the upcoming elections of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has taken a strong stance against what he referred to as “lies” being spread about his candidacy.

The Vice President, in a passionate address during a mini-rally held in the Upper East Region, accused certain individuals (contenders) of spreading falsehoods to sow discord within the party.

Dr. Bawumia minced no words as he declared that those perpetuating lies about his candidacy had ulterior motives aimed at creating “conflict” within the NPP.

He argued that their intent was not to foster unity but to fracture the party’s cohesion, emphasising the importance of the NPP’s unity in the upcoming presidential primaries.

The Vice President addressed his supporters and party delegates, assuring them that he had the best interests of Ghana at heart and was committed to building a stronger economy for the benefit of all citizens.

He stressed the importance of focusing on development and progress rather than engaging in divisive tactics.

“As a dedicated member of the NPP and a potential presidential candidate, my primary concern is to ensure the betterment of every Ghanaian,” Dr. Bawumia stated, echoing the party’s core values of economic growth, prosperity, and unity.

He continued, “I am deeply committed to the NPP’s principles, and I promise to work tirelessly to steer our country towards economic prosperity and a brighter future for all.”

He explained to party supporters and delegates to remain vigilant and resist falling prey to divisive rhetoric, rather than focus on the party’s mission and its vision for Ghana’s future.

He, therefore, called on the NPP to stand together and forge a path towards a more prosperous Ghana, warning against the dangers of internal division at a time when unity is needed more than ever.

Source: A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|Moses Apiah|Bolgatanga

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