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How Kufuor ‘ditched’ Alan Kyerematen for Dr Bawumia

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Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has dispelled speculations surrounding his political preferences, declaring unwavering support for Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia as Ghana’s next leader. 

This revelation came during the “Dr Bawumia Speaks” event held at the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) in Accra on Wednesday, reshaping the political landscape ahead of the upcoming December elections.

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Formerly associated with Alan Kyeremanten, Mr. Kufuor’s endorsement of Dr Bawumia marks a significant shift in political dynamics, particularly within the New Patriotic Party (NPP). Despite past alignments with Kyeremanten during the 2008 presidential election, Mr. Kufuor has now firmly thrown his weight behind Dr. Bawumia, affirming the Vice President’s candidacy as the ideal choice to lead Ghana forward.

During the event, Mr. Kufuor hailed Dr. Bawumia as a man destined for greatness, praising his visionary leadership qualities and urging widespread support for his endeavors. He underscored Dr. Bawumia’s unique understanding of contemporary challenges, emphasizing the need for competent leadership equipped to navigate the complexities of the modern world.

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In a prophetic tone, Mr. Kufuor recounted his initial encounter with Dr. Bawumia in 2002, recognizing his potential for leadership. He highlighted Dr. Bawumia’s pivotal role as a running mate in the 2008 elections and reiterated his unwavering belief in the Vice President’s capabilities.

Drawing parallels with the global scarcity of quality leadership, Mr. Kufuor emphasized Ghana’s need for a visionary leader who can harness technological advancements and geopolitical insights to drive progress. He described Dr. Bawumia as uniquely qualified for the task, possessing a deep grasp of digitalization and geopolitics, coupled with humility and the right temperament for the presidency.

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Mr. Kufuor’s endorsement of Dr. Bawumia underscores a pivotal moment in Ghanaian politics, signaling a unified front within the NPP as the party charts a new course under the Vice President’s leadership. As the nation prepares for the December elections, Mr. Kufuor’s resounding support for Dr. Bawumia is expected to influence voter perceptions and shape the political landscape in the months to come.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Mr Kufour hasn’t ditched Alan. He’s being realistic. Even Mahama himself knows that Dr Bawumia is the right choice for Ghana at the moment. There’s no running away from the fact. Bawumia all the way!

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