EXPOSED: Allegations of Islamic Funding for the Credible Bawumia Campaign is False

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The Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s campaign communication bureau has dismissed claims by one Nigerian journalist believed to have been contacted by John Mahama to smear Vice President Bawumia’s campaign of becoming the Presidential Candidate of the governing New Patriotic party.

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The communique reads;

“The attention of the Bawumia Campaign Team has been drawn to a post by one David Humdeyin, a journalist in Nigeria, that the Bawumia Campaign is being funded by some Islamic group in Nigeria called the ACF.

We notice that the same narrative has been copied by some persons and groups in Ghana on social media.
This narrative is obviously false, fabricated, and only serves the propaganda purposes of its promoters.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Bawumia Campaign has no funding or any linkage with any Islamic group in Nigeria or anywhere else.

We also note that the said David Humdeyin has demonstrated a penchant for making similar claims against some persons and groups in Nigeria without any basis whatsoever

H.E Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia

The Bawumia Campaign is focused and will not be distracted by such vain untruths.

The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has been very diligent and transparent from his days as a scholar, banker, and politician throughout his life and will not depart from these now and forever”.

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Most credible politician, Dr. Bawumia sets the record straight on his citizenship


The most credible Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has denied having British citizenship.
This claim is bolstered by information about the vice president on the British government’s Companies House website, where Dr. Bawumia is listed as indicating that he is a Brit.

However, the vice president has said that part of the information on the website is incorrect.
According to him, he indicated unequivocally that he is a Ghanaian on the document he filled out for Companies House when he was the director of the Ghana International Bank, a subsidiary of the Bank of Ghana in London, UK.
A copy of Dr. Bawumia’s Companies House form from 2006, which the vice president’s office provided, revealed that he wrote that he was Ghanaian.

Except for his nationality and the day he resigned, which were not on the form, all of Dr. Bawumia’s details captured on the website matched what he entered on the information form.
GhanaWeb has sought out to Companies House and the British High Commission in Accra for explanation, but neither has answered.
The vice president’s profile on the Companies House website included information about his time as a director of the Ghana International Bank.
It stated that the Ghana International Bank was still operating in the United Kingdom, but that Dr. Bawumia had quit as director.
On October 18, 2006, he was appointed, and on April 15, 2009, he resigned.

House No. 48, 6th Estate Road, Kanda Estates, Accra, Greater Accra, Ghana was listed as his address.
The vice president’s occupation was listed as banker, and he was British.

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We have raised $50,000 to support the competent Bawumia- Group declares


In order to assist Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the vice president, in his campaign for the NPP flagbearership, an organization calling itself the Bawumia Fan Club has raised $50,000.

The group claimed that all of its members across the nation’s diverse constituencies contributed to the fund-raising effort.

Dr. Bawumia, the vice president, has formally announced his desire to compete in the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) presidential primary elections.

The NPP’s candidate for the pivotal general elections of 2024 will be chosen in the primaries scheduled for November 2023.

Dr. Bawumia is the best candidate to lead the party due to his leadership qualities, according to the group’s National Chairman, Eric Kwabena Twumasi Ankrah, during a gathering at the Cultural Centre in Kumasi.

He claimed that the vice president is inherently superior to all other contenders because of his humility and regard for regular Ghanaians.

He said that Dr. Bawumia “has all the qualities to lead the country. He is very respectful and knowledgeable.”

The vice president, according to Mr. Ankrah, has been able to start a number of projects, the most notable of which is his ability to digitalize nearly every industry in the nation.He came to the conclusion that none of the contenders has the skills necessary to challenge and defeat Dr. Bawumia.

“Bawumia’s knowledge greatly aided the NPP. He helped us see things differently in nearly everything, including elections, thus he is the ideal candidate to lead the party and Ghana in general following the 2024 elections, the speaker said.

He declared that the group is ready to support the vice president in any way.

Upon their return from the Kumawu by-election, he said, “We will wait for them at the party’s office in Accra and hand over the money to him, any amount we are ready to pay for him.”

Millicent The group’s Ashanti Regional Chairman, Elizabeth Boateng, said that people shouldn’t believe that the vice president gave them the money because it was actually raised internally among the group’s members.

She said the group has long backed Dr. Bawumia and will do all it takes to ensure his success.

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She claimed that Dr. Bawumia was the most qualified candidate to lead the party and the nation because he has held the role of flagbearer.

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Frank Annoh-Dompreh, Majority Chief Whip and Member of Parliament for Nsawam/Adoagyiri, believes Vice President Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia will be the New Patriotic Party’s flagbearer and will win the 2024 elections.

As the NPP prepares to select a successor to President Akufo-Addo as party flagbearer, many believe Dr. Bawumia and Trade and Industry Minister Alan Kyerematen are the front-runners.
Dr. Bawumia, on the other hand, was an open choice for Frank Annoh-Dompreh.

He made the announcement at a conference to elect NPP constituency officers in the Nsawam/Adoagyiri constituency.
“John Mahama has contributed.” He should leave and not run again, but by God’s grace, Dr. Bawumia will be Ghana’s next president,” he said.
According to political observers in Ghana, the NPP’s flagbearership race will be a watershed moment for the party, as it will either make or break the party.

Freddie Blay, the party’s National Chairman, has already stated that he believes the party will emerge unscathed and more formidable to win the 2024 elections.

“Certainly, it will not be easy. When the party held internal elections in 2008, there were as many as 17 candidates. I believe they will be significantly lower this year.”
“We need unity; we need to put our differences aside and support the candidate who can break the 8. “Breaking the 8 is not just a slogan; it will become a reality,” he said in an interview with Citi News.