I have taken as much time as necessary to peruse line after the other on an article by Razak Kojo Opoku on Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, the Vice President of Ghana. As a matter of fact, Mr Kojo Opoku has the option to laud our Veep, however he has an equivalent duty to be honest in so practicing his privileges.
In light of a legitimate concern for appropriate and exact dispersal of data for public utilization, I consider it somewhat required to address a few distortions and shape a few misguided judgments that have been painstakingly driven into the public space for, maybe, motivations behind double dealing. A ton of things have been ascribed to our Vice President which denotes the most significant level of scholarly deceitfulness.
Before I get into remedying the falsehoods and purposeful publicity, I ask Kojo Opoku to assist with settling my disarray. I can’t help thinking about why Razak Opoku and all Bawumia crusade ministers avoid crediting our observed Economic Lecturer and Chairman of the Economic Management Team, Dr Bawumia, with the present status of the Ghanaian economy.
For what reason do we flee from what the Vice President vowed to do and should do, which is pivoting Ghana’s monetary troubles, however make a decent attempt to laud him with what others have done? Is there nothing respectable in the economy? I’m sitting tight for answers.
Above all else, Dr. Bawumia realizes not what goes into 1D1F (One District One Factory) and Planting for Food and Jobs, he has done nothing in these fields and can’t assume any praise at all for similar undertakings.
In all reasonableness, the two clergymen of exchange and horticulture are known to be keen on driving NPP into the 2024 political decision. It is, thusly, proper to permit them to assume full praise for their particular exhibition under President Akufo Addo. We need no discussion over this present, it’s pretty much as clear as the sun.
Once more, Razak Kojo Poku credits Dr Bawumia and his better half Samira with our strict quiet concurrence. How could many years of quiet concurrence be ascribed to Mr and Mrs Bawumia when the two of them joined NPP in 2008 and came into the spotlight from that point? Our strict serene conjunction as a country clearly went before their introduction to the world. For sure, Dr Bawumia was around when a few Muslims assaulted Prophet Owusu Bempah and his congregation in view of a prescience he made. What did Dr. Bawumia do in this?
Again it is worn out reality that Dr. Bawumia just barely as of late began going to Christian houses of worship since he trusts it will better serve his official yearnings. Eyes are watching.
What steps or mediations have we seen with respect to our subsequent woman or her better half? None! Is this how individuals add to tranquil concurrence? Razak is certainly composing things he doesn’t have the foggiest idea, woefully, about individuals he doesn’t know too.
Presently let me address the fantasy about digitalization. Aside from the way that Dr Bawumia has neither capability nor skill in Information Communication Technology (ICT), he has no clue about how some of these digitalization projects were started and executed.
For instance, the paperless and the improved idea of the Registrar General’s Department, Ghana Standard Board Authority, and so on were finished by the Business Reform Center under the Ministry of Trade and Industry. At any rate, I have considered a to be of recordings as proof of who really got this going.
Moreover, the advanced recharging of NHIS participation card was finished by the staff of the National Health Insurance Authority under the administration of Dr Samuel Yaw Annor, the prompt past CEO of the position.
This I know was made conceivable without Dr. Bawumia’s information or mindfulness or information. He was simply advantaged to dispatch the program without H.E President Akufo Addo who was initially planned to dispatch it.
Also, assuming Dr Bawumia assumes praise for this load of adventures, where does that leave his chief, HE Nana Akufo Addo, President of the Republic? Or on the other hand Dr. Bawumia is in such a rush to see his back and eradicate all his heritage for his own?
At whatever point Razak Kojo Opoku attempts to get into party matters, he sounds silly as his supervisor Hon. Ayariga (Ayaricough). His obsequious works depict him as a paid campaigner and his endeavored contortion of NPP history gives him out as an alien to our practice.
I actually can’t understand why any semblance of Razak Kojo Opoku, Allotey Jacobs, Mutuarla Mohammed, Hon Ayariga, Asiedu Nketiah otherwise known as General Mosquito, and so on are those lobbying for Dr Bawumia against the decision of the greater part, NPP grassroots. All things considered, let me simply right the falsehood, deception and the modest publicity and waka.
Kwadwo Sarfo Kantanka