Social media activist and former Communications Manager at Airtel Ghana, Raymond Ablorh has made a bold declaration about Bawumia's potentials of becoming a president. Raymond Ablorh has stated that it is not automatic for a Vice President to continue as President after he ends his tenure as a Vice President.
According to the self acclaimed youth activist, Ghanaians are not ready to have a President who has failed woefully in delivering his promises he made in the lead up to elections. He indicated that Ghanaians are discerning and make voting decisions according to your performance
Raymond Ablorh popularly known as President Ablorh has been an avid critic of the Akuffo-Addo and Bawumia Bawumia administration since they assumed office. His disappointment comes after he indicated that the two leaders have consistently failed to translate their mouthwatering promises into reality. He has started a campaign against Bawumia becoming NPP's next flagbearer after Akuffo-Addo's tenure.
In a post sighted on his official Facebook page, he indicated that Bawumia has failed to arrest the cedi as promised. His write up also captured the fact that Bawumia's deception has angered Ghanaians and some NPP sympathizers who have lost hope in the party. Commenting on the best candidate to lead NPP, he explained that the current Trade Minister, Alan Kyerematen stands tall in terms of abilities to become President.
He stated, "After 4 years, it is clear that Bawumia must used his eloquence at the lecture hall to blind Ghanaians. Bawumia must go with Akuffo-Addo otherwise many citizens including NPP members may not vote. The brightest choice is Alan Kyerematen. He is the most refreshing face of the party now."
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