2020 Ghana Election: Don’t Give Mahama Chance To Cancel Free SHS – Bawumia

2020 Ghana Election: Don’t Give Mahama Chance To Cancel Free SHS –  Bawumia

Vice President His Excellency Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has asked Ghanaians to not give flagbearer of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), John Dramani Mahama the chance to cancel the Free Senior High School policy by voting the NDC into power on December 7.

The Veep has passed this comment when he was speaking to the people of Bole, the hometown of former president Mahama when he toured the Savannah Region.

“He cancelled teacher’s training allowance, he cancelled nurses allowance. Don’t give him the chance to cancel free SHS because he will, if you vote him and the NDC into power.” Veep said.

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia was overwhelmed by the reception he received from the people of Savannah.

READ ALSO” Savannah Chiefs Laud Akufo-Addo For Keeping Promises In The Region.

Speaking in an interview, he said the former government of Mr. Mahama administration did nothing for the people of Savannah and the north. He then brought the question of the guinea fowls who fled to Burkina Faso and have not since return to Ghana. He added that it was all tacticts to steal $100 million through the SADA programme.

READ ALSO: 2020 Ghana Election: Ghanaians Still Asking For The Guinea Fowls – Bawumia Hits Mahama Against SADA

Vice President Bawumia has admonished the people of Savannah to vote the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the president Akufo Addo to retain power and continue the good works they have started.

Source: www.ghgossip.com

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