Women Suffering Under Mahama


Queenmother of the market, Mrs. Samira Bawumia and Titus-Glover cutting the tape for the opening of the market



Queenmother of the market, Mrs. Samira Bawumia and Titus-Glover cutting the tape for the opening of the market

Hajia SAMIRA Bawumia, wife of Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, New Patriotic Party (NPP) vice presidential candidate, has described President John Dramani Mahama as insensitive and unsympathetic to women in the country.

According to her, women, mostly traders, are suffering under the National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration.

She added that the only lives that have been improved under the Mahama administration are those of NDC supporters and that Ghana needs a leader who feels for all citizens and not a group of people.

The wife of the NPP running mate further stated that President Mahama was not sympathetic to the plight of the citizenry, thereby giving women less attention coupled with the life of the ordinary Ghanaian which has been deformed and not transformed.


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Hajia Bawumia made the statement at the commissioning of a market square constructed by the Member of Parliament (MP) for Tema East, Daniel Nii Kwartie Titus-Glover.

The well-known market called Kosua Dwoaso in Tema, which was renovated by the MP at a cost of GH¢140, 000, comes with newly constructed accommodation, washroom and concrete floor among others.

She was emphatic that the 2016 polls would offer the opportune time to change government and save Ghana, hence Ghanaians should vote for the NPP led by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for better living condition and to save Ghana.

For his part, Hon Titus-Glover noted that it was time for the party to close ranks and aggressively work to ensure victory for the party and victory for the people of Ghana.

He declared this year as action year to ensure NPP returns to power after the 2016 general elections, promising more development for the constituents of Tema East, including the construction of an ultra-modern computer lab for the students of Manhean Senior High School (SHS) and expansion of the Manhean Clinic.

From Vincent Kubi, Tema


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