Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana has stated that it was God who saved him from the strange illness that afflicted him recently. He, however, thanked Ghanaians for their support and prayers during his challenging moments.
Dr Bawumiah who returned from the UK after a medical attention joined worshippers at the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) on Sunday at Abossey Okai to thank God for his healings.
“I know and I believe that the hand of God healed me and I came back,” an elated Dr Bawumia told the congregation at the church on Sunday.
“On my return, I believe that as God says that for all things we have to be thankful and I came here to thank God for my successful healing and also ask you to pray for my boss Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the first lady, the chief of staff and the ministers.
“They all stood by me. I also want to thank my lovely wife Samira. Even though there were nurses she was the chief nurse, and she seized all my phones and made sure I was resting,” Dr Bawumia told the congregation.
Dr Bawumia continued that, “In all humility, I’m here to say a big thank you to God for bringing me back and healthy. We are really one nation and one people. I was so moved by the prayers all across the country and the churches and that made me realised that with God all things are possible and I’m so thankful to you for everything and please continue to pray for me.”
Dr Bawumia expressing his gratitude to the Leader of ICGC Pastor Mensa Otabil described him as “a gift from Ghana to Ghana”.
“He’s a great man of God. You just have to feel what he does to know he is really a gift from God to Ghana,” the vice president concluded.