Host of the Anopa Bofo morning show on Angel TV, Kofi Adoma Nwanwani dropped his predictions on the person who might assume the position of Vice President if Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia considers the decision of resigning from his post to pursue his presidential ambitions. Reacting to the warning from His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo to some appointees who were secretly campaigning, Kofi Adoma was confused as to whether this warning was extended to the Vice President.
Kofi Adoma wondered about the pros and cons of resigning from one's position to pursue presidential ambitions. He believed that once you are in a government position, you get exposed to the people, and with your great works, Ghanaians will consider voting for you. Kwamena Sam Biney was of another view. He explained that resigning from one's ministerial position makes one better off in campaigning to be a President.
Later, Kofi Adoma Nwanwani dropped his prediction about who might be the probable Vice President if Dr. Bawumia resigns from his post; Alban Bagbin. His funny main reason for this prediction was Alban's number 2 position in government.
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