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Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia Flies Wa Naa to Accra for Medical Care

The Vice President of Ghana, H.E. Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, has shown a great act of kindness by flying the Paramount Chief of the Waala Traditional Area, Wa Naa Fuseini Seidu Pelpuo IV, to Accra for medical treatment. This gesture has been greatly appreciated by the Wa Naa and the Waala people. His spokesperson, Jinpenhi Naa Kadri Ibrahim who expressed gratitude wrote, “Glory be to Allah. Praise be to Allah. And there is no might or power other than that of Allah.”

Upon his arrival from Accra, the Wa Naa’s spokesperson expressed appreciation to the Vice President, as well as to the Upper West Regional Minister, Dr. Hafiz Bin Salih, who arranged this initiative with the Vice President, the Hon. Minister for Roads and Highways, Yiri Maale Naa Keesi Amoako-Attah, and Hon. Dr. Rashid Pelpuo, MP for Wa Central, for their support during this time.

The Wa Naa’s spokesperson also took the opportunity to address those who had been critical in the past, stating, “And to those who were talkative during the last few weeks, May Allah bless us all.” This kind gesture from the Vice President and the subsequent appreciation expressed by the Wa Naa’s spokesperson shows the importance of unity and compassion during difficult times.

Asonya Gh

Asonya Gh is an entrepreneur, an entertainment and lifestyle blogger based in the Upper West Region of Ghana. He is also the CEO of OneMuzikGh.Com, a website that covers news and updates about music, events and celebrities in Ghana. He has won several awards for his blogging work. He also has a Twitter account and a Facebook page where he posts his content and interacts with his followers.

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