The GUM Leader believes that Bawumia lacks the necessary experience to lead Ghana, and sees the upcoming 2024 election as a contest between himself and Mahama.

 Pastor Dr. Christian Kwabena Andrews, founder of the Ghana Union Movement (GUM), has expressed his opinion that Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, who has been elected as the flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), may benefit from gaining more practical life experience before taking on the leadership role in Ghana. 

Pastor Dr. Christian Kwabena Andrew, also known as Osofo Kyiriabosom, expressed his belief that Dr. Bawumia's life has not been marked by hardship due to his career path, starting from his time at the Bank of Ghana and eventually becoming the Vice President. 

In his statement, the speaker expressed concerns about the performance of Dr. Bawumia and his NPP government, particularly in terms of their management of the country. 

The speaker believes that Dr. Bawumia's leadership as the head of the Economic Management Team has not yielded significant results, leading to doubts about his suitability as a potential president. 

"Bawumia may not have extensive experience in leading the country." He shared that true intellectual growth often stems from a journey of exploration, resilience, and perseverance. According to him, facing and overcoming challenges is essential for becoming a well-rounded individual. 

Based on his perspective, it appears that the political leaders of Ghana have not lived up to their promises of saving the country. Instead, their actions seem to indicate that their primary concern is their own well-being. 

The GUM leader expressed concern over the utilization of loans by Ghanaian governments, emphasizing the need for job creation among the youth through industrialization and value addition to Ghana's natural resources. 

It is important for Ghanaians to reconsider our current situation and make rational decisions. It seems that the leaders who claim to be here to save Ghana are not fully committed to the task. Osofo Kyiriabosom expressed his concerns about individuals who he believes may be misusing funds and leaving behind debts when they leave their positions. 

It's not that I have a desire to become President. The speaker emphasized their strong commitment to preserving and protecting their homeland, stating that they believe they were brought to Ghana by a higher power to contribute to the country's welfare. 

Pastor Christian Kwabena Andrews kindly urges all Ghanaians, particularly the youth, to shift their mindset and unite with him in a collaborative effort to uplift and safeguard the nation. 


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