In an endorsement that has sparked political enthusiasm, Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education and Member of Parliament for the Bosomtwe Constituency, has expressed his support for Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in his bid for the presidency. The endorsement comes ahead of a crucial college vote to select candidates for the ruling party’s presidential primary later this year.
Dr. Adutwum, who has closely worked with Dr. Bawumia, lauded his character, dedication, and deep understanding of education and socio-economic development. He emphasized Dr. Bawumia’s commitment to the hardworking people of Bosomtwe, noting that the Vice President has consistently advocated for their interests.
During an endorsement meeting held in Abountem, Dr. Adutwum highlighted the positive impact of the current administration, led by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and Vice President Dr. Bawumia. He credited their efforts for reviving the name of the Bosomtwe District and spreading its reputation throughout the country.
Dr. Adutwum also shared the remarkable progress made in education within the constituency. He personally facilitated the enrollment of 150 students in engineering and medicine programs at universities, ensuring that these talented individuals receive the necessary education to serve their communities. With a vision for the future, Dr. Adutwum expressed confidence that Bosomtwe’s residents would soon be contributing to healthcare across the nation.
The endorsement from the Minister of Education carries significant weight, as Dr. Adutwum is widely respected for his expertise and achievements in the education sector. His support for Dr. Bawumia adds further momentum to the Vice President’s campaign and underscores his qualifications for the presidency.
As the college vote approaches, all eyes are on the ruling party’s presidential primary in November. Dr. Bawumia’s growing endorsements, including that of Dr. Adutwum, are shaping the political landscape and generating excitement among party delegates. Ghanaians eagerly await the outcome of the primary as the nation looks towards its future leadership.