On the 7th of October 1963, Alhaji Mumuni Bawumia and Hajia Maryama Bawumia birthed a son and named him Mahmudu. Today is 57 years and their son is no other ordinary person than an enviable position of second in command of Ghana.
Alhaji Mahmudu Bawumia turns 57 and many Ghanaians from all diverse background are celebrating him. From the political fraternity to the ordinary citizens the vice president is being showered with best wishes as he closes to his 60 the birthday.
On the social media, the minister of information Hon Kojo Oppong wrote this as his birthday message
Happy Birthday Doc.
"We are proud of the impact you have made for the last 57years. We pray for Grace for you to continue making impact in the decades ahead". The Tv3 morning show crew were seen also expressing birthday felicitations to the vice president.
Other social media users on Facebook were not also left out, like this one who wrote "Happy birthday to you Sir. We pray for long life, good health, and fulfilled calling for you. God bless your efforts".
Similar birthday wishes and messages were also seen on Twitter and Instagram eulogising the vice president Dr Mahmud Bawumia on his 57th birthday. Many asking for God's guidance and protection for his life and wishing him for him a promising political career in Ghana.
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