30 Unfulfilled Promises Of Bawumia, The Vice President

Feature Article 30 Unfulfilled Promises Of Bawumia, The Vice President
DEC 4, 2023 LISTEN

If Bawumia could not deliver it as vice president, then what can he give Ghana as president? I have been writing about Bawumia's lies and unfulfilled promises for a while now because Ghana is in danger of making the same mistake again by electing Bawumia as president, just as they did with Akufo Addo, who has destroyed the nation with no way to turn things around.

The video "30 failed promises of Mahamudu Bawumia," presented by "One Hour With Munufie," caught my attention this past weekend. I have stated many times that Ghanaians do not have to accept anything that developed nations will not stand for just because Ghana is an African country. A developing nation like Ghana needs to take elections seriously to choose leaders who are dedicated to their tasks.

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How could a nation possess so many resources and yet have such a dysfunctional economy? This indicates that the person in charge lacks mental strength and leadership skills, as evidenced by his deceit to enter politics to steal from public coffers and rename institutions that have already been established to elevate his family whom he believes Ghanaians have forgotten, into the annals of history.

Just one broken promise by a politician will immediately incite a protest demanding the resignation of that politician in Europe, the United States of America, and Asia, especially Japan. This has frequently occurred in Britain, Japan, and Australia; however, in Ghana, Bawumia has lied so much that it has damaged his reputation, yet he is unable to quit since he is addicted to lying.

While some NPP politicians want the vice president, Mahamudu Bawumia, to be the nation's leader, this is solely out of greed and selfishness to keep the party alive. They don't care about the suffering of the people; if they did, the party would not be in favor of the numerous taxes the government has imposed on Ghanaians without jobs, even though they have accused Mahama of taxing the populace excessively.

Bawumia told Ghanaians in December 2019 that "Digitization Will Be Disruptive to Corruption." As a result, the NPP government has decided to combat corruption using a variety of strategies, such as increasing the use of technology and constructing anti-corruption institutions. Ultimately, the NPP's administration seems to be the most corrupt, even more so than the numerous accusations of corruption leveled against John Mahama.

It is Bawumia's responsibility as an economist to assess the effects of debt on an economy, yet as of the end of 2020, Ghana's public debt was at a staggering 291,6 billion, or 76.1% of the country's GDP. Why should someone like that be elected president? Ghana is likewise experiencing a significant issue related to African politics. The damage the NPP has caused to Ghana’s economy and infrastructure is enough.

I hope Ghanaians will watch the video, and think about who they would like to see as president.