The vice president Dr Mahamudu Bawumia after their campaign launch took turn to tour the Upper-West region where he visited an old woman and her grand children who were once living in a dilapidated area. The woman was a leper and dying but vice president got to their aid and supported them. He cared for treatment of the sickness and also put up two bedroom self-contain to habitat the family who were living in a thatch house.
Dr Bawumia disclosed that he followed a documentary which joy news showed on their television channel. As the Patron of the Lepers Aid Society, today is a happy day in my life and I thank God for what he has done for madam Pogo. We must continue to be each other’s keeper. 2/2. He tagged with photos posted on his timeline.
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Today, on my Upper West regional tour, I visited 82-year-old madam Daari Pogo, a cured leper who I built a two bedroom house for following a Joy News documentary. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/R9BlO0BegZ— Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia (@MBawumia) September 8, 2020
As the Patron of the Lepers Aid Society, today is a happy day in my life and I thank God for what he has done for madam Pogo.— Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia (@MBawumia) September 8, 2020
We must continue to be each other’s keeper. 2/2 pic.twitter.com/sTRd9ZeGUU
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