The topic that has dominated political talk shows throughout this week is the alleged sidelining of Dr. Mahamud Bawumia by President Akufo Addo when he introduced Alan Kyeremanten and Afriyie Akoto to the King of the Ashanti kingdom as persons contesting for his position.
Reacting to this trending topic today on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television, a lecturer at the University of professional studies, Dr. Kweku Mensah Mawutor, has advised Dr. Mahamud Bawumia to save his money to set up a pure water factory after the 2024 elections when the NPP leaves office because there is no way he will even win the flag bearership of the NPP.
According to Dr. Kweku Mensah Mawutor, whenever Dr. Mahamud Bawumia comes on air, he just listens to him for listening sake because he knows that at the end of the day whatever he is telling us, it's going to be the opposite.
Dr. Kweku Mawutor indicated that President Akufo Addo has realized that if he goes on to project the Vice-president, the so-called eight they want to break will not materialize, so he has to find a way to introduce Alan Kyeremanten through some tactics.
He could have even said that "Nana these are the only two people who want to contest, however, my Vice-president has also shown interest." But he didn't do that, and that should tell you that President Akufo Addo has realized that Bawumia can't even succeed him.
"I pity Dr. Mahamud Bawumia looking at the election ahead. For him to become the flag bearer of the NPP, I doubt it. He should rather reserve some fo his cash and after 2024 elections when they are not in power, he can use it for other business. In fact, he can even set-up a pure water factory which will help him and his family a lot."
He added that Dr. Mahamud Bawumia can even decide to bring "koobi" from the neighboring countries to be selling to us because he is going to waste his money fighting for the NPP flag bearership. The long and short of it all is that they are going to lose power in 2024 because there is no way they are going to win looking at how they've treated Ghanaians. After all, the hardships and the lies from the NPP are too much.
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