"No Jokes Ahead"- Bawumia's Poster For 2024 Mission Pops Online
Just as bother party have the vision to win the 2024 general elections so that they can rule Ghana for four years, the NPP supporters and some grassroots are suggesting who should be their flag bearer to lead the party into election's victory.
Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia who is an economist and the vice president of Ghana has been trending on social media where people are suggesting that, he must be the next flag bearer for the NPP party and not Alan Kyeremanteng.
It has been a hot debate and some are saying when it comes about presidency, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has the experience and so far as he is an economist, he can manage the country and make Ghana one of the interesting and loving countries, when it comes to Africa continent.
With what some people are saying, do you think Bawumia must come as a flag bearer of the NPP so that Ghanaians will vote for him or it must be Alan Kyeremanteng?
Let's see your suggestions and comments below the comment session.
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