Next Time You Visit, You Will Come As President Of Ghana – Paramount Chief Of Paga Blesses Bawumia

The Paramount Chief of the Paga Traditional Area, His Royal Majesty Pe Pwanalunga-Charles Awiah Awampaga II, has declared that the Vice President of the Republic, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, would become the next President of Ghana.

The Chief made his declaration during an official visit to his palace by the Vice President during his current tour of the Upper East Region.

During his welcome speech, His Royal Majesty Pe Pwanalunga-Charles Awiah Awampaga II said he wishes that the next time the current Vice President visits him at his palace, his hope is that he will come as the President of Ghana.

“We are praying for you, the whole of the Paga traditional council is praying for you in the contest as you are aspiring to be a President of the Republic of Ghana. It is our wish and prayer that you become the President. Next time, when you are coming here, you are not coming here as Vice President but you are coming as the President of the Republic of Ghana”. He declared

The Paramount Chief also laid out his gratitude to the NPP government for development projects which have been brought to the area, particularly the Agenda 111 constructions.

“We are so impressed and we hope that once the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana is here, the hospital will be completed in due time. We thank you so much for that project”. He added

The Paga Pio also pointed to other projects such as the construction of schools and the provision of clean drinking water as developments undertaken by the NPP government.

Dr Mahamudu Bawumia visited the Paga Pio’s palace as part of his working visit to the Upper East Region.

The Vice President later went out to inspect the construction of the Agenda 111 hospital in Paga Zenga, registering his displeasure at the slow pace of work to the constructors on-site.


“I am very concerned that this project is not moving at the pace it should be moving, and we have to say that, as it is. I wish I could say that I was happy with the progress,” Bawumia said.

“The progress is not satisfactory, and I have said that to the Consultant who has briefed me, and he said the same, that it is not satisfactory. We need to be making more progress than this, so we are going to encourage the Contractor to really get on, and get this thing back on schedule because we are behind schedule,” he added.

Source: theGhanaianVoice.Com


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