The Vice-President passed the comment after the host played the song to end the interview.
"From Animwaa, and us all at Multimedia, we say Eid Mubarak to you and we'd come back so we've the conversation about the economy," Winston Amoah, who sat-in for regular host, Kojo Yankson, said "Let me thank you very much"
"I really look forward to that, thank you so much," the veep responded to the host.
Winston continued, "So I leave you with a great song from ermm [sic] Sarkodie. It says 'Ofeetso'"
With Sarkodie's 'Ofeetso' song playing in the background, Dr Bawumia said "Oh thank you, I like that," --- amidst laughter he hung up the phone.
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