According to GhanaSky.com analyst, Samira Ramadan Bawumia said President John Mahama says Ghanaians have short memories and therefore the supporters at the gathering “will remember” all the corruption and Almighty incompetence Mahama.
You still hear Mrs. Bawumia says (incompetence) incompetent Mahama, the most annoying word for President Mahama.
Although President Mahama condemns Dr. Bawumia and NPP over 'incompetent' tag and Mahama said Bawumia has no the right to talk about incompetence but still Mrs. Bawumia keeps on using the same word.
Samira asked the crowed if they are ready for change?
We will remember all the corruption on wednesday, December 7, 2016.
Mrs. Bawumia said "On Wednesday, 7th December 2016, when we take our ballot paper, we will remember eight years of corruption. We will remember SADA, we will remember Woyome, we will remember SUBAH, we will remember Bus branding, we will remember all the mine they have appropriated to themselves on Wednesday."
According to Samira, "When we take our ballot paper on Wednesday, we will remember the arrogance of the NDC government. We will remember their lies. They have insulted doctors, they have insulted teachers, the have insulted nurses, they have insulted ordinary citizens of Ghana for asking them how they are using our money."
“We will remember the almighty incompetence; they have doubled the interest in four years… we will remember that they haven’t solved dumsor after five years of hardship. We will all of their incompetence and mismanagement.”
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Samira Ramadan Bawumia Biography:Samira Ramadan Bawumia entered Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology at aged 18 and read Social Science, by 20 years she had completed the course.
Samira Ramadan Bawumia did her National Service at the University of Cape Coast Primary and the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
Samira hosted ‘Body Love’ a lifestyle, fitness and nutrition programme on TV3 whilst running her own business on the side.
Samira Ramadan got married to a Ghanaian banker by name Dr. Bawumia, now politician, then later took time off her business to start a family, raised and nurture their kids.
Samira was born to a politician, Alhaji Ahmed Ramadan, the National Chairman of the People’s National Convention (PNC) and Ahjia Ayesha Ramadan.
“I grew up within a family where national issues were frankly. My father and I belong to different political parties yet we get on so well. We both want the same thing for Ghana but it is the means to the end that differs.
Samira says as a mother, whenever her children are happy, she is happy. “I love you mummy” from any of her children, is enough to make her day. She loves to spend quality time with her family.
During her leisure time, she loves to read. Banku with hot pepper and fish is her favourite dish.
She advised young women to follow their passion. “Whatever is your calling, do it to the best of your ability and try to contribute to society”.
“As Ghanaians, we should count our blessings and strive for peace, be fair and live right with each other. After all, we are one people,” Mrs. Bawumia concluded
Source: ACCRA24.COM | GHANASKY.COM