Dr Bawumia advises supporters not to take Ghanaians for granted

Dr Bawumia advises supporters not to take Ghanaians for granted

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has charged members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) to respect others as he expressed how his humble beginning and experience taught him not to take humans and things for granted in life.

According to him, no human should be looked down upon irrespective of the stature, condition or situation since the future is full of surprises.

“My life experience tells me never to take anything for granted and always to have respect for people no matter their stature in life; no matter how big or how small they are,” Dr. Bawumia said.

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Addressing the New Patriotic Party (NPP) members who stormed the headquarters to support him for the filing and submission of his nomination forms to contest the NPP flagbearership on Friday, Dr. Bawumia said the journey of life has lots of twists and urged them to respect anyone they see.

“The cleaner or driver you meet today can be a Vice President or President tomorrow,” he added.

Dr Bawumia indicated that growing up as a child in Tamale, Sakasaka to his academic and professional journey abroad, his life experiences have helped him to respect and care for people.

“I care about the poor, I care about the vulnerable and the excluded. I care about the Lepers, I care about the sick, the sickle cell sufferers and cancer patients, I care about the disabled, I care about the Kayayei, I care about street children, and I care about the unemployed amongst others. This is the true essence of life; to address the problems of the weakest among us and to help them lift themselves up,” he said.

Highlighting on his vision as a Presidential aspirant, Dr. Bawumia said he would leverage on technology, data and systems for inclusive economic growth to make Ghana the digital hub of Africa

“I want us to bridge the digital divide and apply digital technology and artificial intelligence for the transformation of healthcare, education, and public service delivery amongst others.”

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“Together with you, I want to see a Ghana where we cater and care for the poor, vulnerable, excluded and sick people,” he added.

Dr Bawumia noted that honesty and hard work pays, therefore he would ensue honesty in all aspect of life to achieve his every single vision for Ghanaians.

“Together, we started the process of transforming Ghana into a country ready for the fourth Industrial Revolution. I brought honesty, hard work, dedication and discipline to my role as Vice President,” he explained.

Dr Bawumia expressed readiness “to move Ghana to the next level by building on the foundations we have put in place so far.”

Source: www.spotonnews.net

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