Mahama represents the past, I represent the future – Bawumia

Speaking at the NPP International Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday, March 23, Dr. Bawumia emphasized the need for Ghana to have a leader with a clear vision and a proven track record to address the deep-rooted issues facing the country.

He highlighted his credentials as a problem solver, citing several impactful policies he has spearheaded as Vice President.

Dr. Bawumia stressed the importance of having leaders who can think generationally and bring innovative ideas to the table.

He pointed to initiatives such as the digital national identity system, the national property address system, mobile money interoperability, and the digitalization of public services as examples of his commitment to solving long-standing problems in Ghana.

In contrast to his main competitor, former President John Mahama, Dr. Bawumia positioned himself as a candidate with a superior track record, work ethic, and vision for the future.

He criticized Mahama’s past performance as President, citing economic data and his failure to address corruption effectively.

Dr. Bawumia argued that Mahama represents the past, while he represents the next chapter and future of Ghana.

In conclusion, Dr. Bawumia expressed confidence in his ability to lead Ghana effectively, based on his proven track record as Vice President and his innovative approach to problem-solving.

He affirmed his commitment to addressing the generational challenges facing the country and emphasized the need for decisive leadership moving forward.

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