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Happy Birthday Vice President; Your Kindness is not Only Limited to Moslems but All and Sundry

Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice President of Ghana who was born on the 7th of October 1968, has celebrated his 58th birthday today.

Ghana's Vice President, known for his ardent support to the inmates of the Weija Leprosarium, chose to celebrate his 58th birthday with them. 


Indeed, Dr Bawumia, in this past few years has become very instrumental in the lives of many Ghanaians.


In this age and era, where most rich and affluent people in society only think about themselves and immediate family, this great man has dared to be different.

Despite his position as the second gentleman of the land, meeting all sorts of great personalities from the world over, he has gone down to offer help and aid to some needy in the Ghanaian society on countless occasions.


People who otherwise would have found it absolutely impossible to reach a vice president, have enjoyed the warmth of your embrace.


You have made it easy and possible by extending a helping hand, borne out of a kind heart to help people in their moments of hopelessness.


It is often said that, people who are born into wealthy homes or don't have much experience of how poverty feels like, mostly do not know how to show empathy to their fellow humans. 


But you have taught us that true kindness comes from the deepest part of a man's heart not only his experiences. 

Recounting some of your philanthropic gestures: Kokrokoo Charity Foundation, would forever be grateful; Eighty year old Dari Porga, whom you built the two bedroom house for would also be forever grateful. 


Your regularly support to both the Christ the King Soup Kitchen (feeding of streets children) and Weija Leprosarium, can never be forgotten. 


Psalm Adjeteyfio popularly known Master T.T of taxi driver fame, says thank you for not judging him but instead running to his rescue. 


Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, I am personally proud of you, because your kindness is not only limited to the needy in the moslem community but all and sundry. 


Today, a young Ghanaian writer has chosen to celebrate your kind heart.

 And as you celebrate this special day, may Jehovah, the Most High God, bless you with long life and good health to continue with your kindness.

May God continue to help you to accomplish all He has planned for your life.

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