Ghana Politics

I will break the eight for NPP, says Bawumia

Bawumia stated that submitting his nomination paperwork at the NPP headquarters was a crucial step toward keeping power in the 2024 elections.

According to Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia, the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) will win the 2024 elections.

He said it was an important step toward maintaining power in the 2024 elections not long after submitting his nomination paperwork at the NPP headquarters.


“I recently submitted my candidacy papers to run as the New Patriotic Party’s presidential candidate in 2024. On Friday, June 16, 2023, Bawumia declared, “I think this is the first step to our triumph in 2024.

He denies allegations of concerns in his devotion, claiming he has worked for the NPP and Ghana for more than 20 years, both in opposition and in government.

“I have worked tirelessly alongside you for the NPP and for Ghana over the past 22 years, starting when I served as the deputy governor of the Bank of Ghana, through our time in opposition, and now that we are in power.

“Throughout this time, I have made sacrifices for the party and have consistently stood up for it in both easy and difficult circumstances. Never! And I’ve established a strong track record of performance as vice president, remaining steadfastly committed to our party and the government in good times and bad, Bawumia added.


“I have a compelling vision for Ghana’s future,” he continued. If we focus our brains and energies on it, Ghana can become just like the developed nations.

“With the current technology, the upcoming ones, and a fresh perspective, we may leapfrog impossibilities and make the unthinkable feasible. In order to carry on with the transformational measures we have begun, it is possible to break the eight. It’s feasible!”

In order to accomplish the defined vision, he offered to lead the party and Ghana.

In an effort to serve as our flagbearer, the great New Patriotic Party’s presidential candidate for the election of 2024, and, insha’Allah, president of the Republic of Ghana, Bawumia offered himself in the primaries with the utmost humility.


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