‘No one has a bad word to say about you’ – Did Bawumia plan to nominate John Kumah as his running mate?

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‘No one has a bad word to say about you’ – Did Bawumia plan to nominate John Kumah as his running mate?

The selection of a running mate to partner Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia as flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) possibly could have fallen on late Depu

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The selection of a running mate to partner Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia as flagbearer of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) possibly could have fallen on late Deputy Finance Minister, John Kumah.

According to Dr. Bawumia, before the demise of John Kumah, extensive discussions were held between the two.

Dr. Bawumia, in a message written in the book of condolences, opened in honour of the late MP, expressed his shock and sadness over the death of Dr Kumah, whom he described as a rising and shining star.

“Just so unbelievable! We were together on Monday when you visited me at home. We talked about a lot of issues, and everything was okay.

So, I am in deep shock that you have suddenly passed. You were a rising and shining star. No one has a bad word to say about you. You were so loved, but God loves you more and has called you. May your soul rest in perfect peace until we meet again,” the vice president stated.

The deputy finance minister died on March 7, 2024, at the Suhum Government after a short illness.

Profile as published on the website of the Ministry of Finance:

Before his demise, John Kumah was the Member of Parliament for Ejisu, in the Ashanti Region. He was a lawyer and an entrepreneur with over fifteen (15) years of experience in leadership, creativity, innovation, and resourcefulness in creating jobs and supporting youth development.

As the first Chief Executive Officer for the National Entrepreneurship and Innovation Programme (NEIP), he successfully positioned the NEIP as the enabler of the Entrepreneurship Ecosystem in Ghana. Under his leadership, the program trained 7,000 startups in 2018 under the Presidential Business Support Programme and supported 1,350 beneficiaries with funds.

Before working for the government, Hon. Kumah was the founding member and Managing Partner of Aduaprokye Chambers, a law firm. He also worked as the founder of Majak Associates Ltd, a building and construction company.

Source: Kapitalradio971.com//2024

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