“Bawumia is Ghana’s most important human resource for the next 20yrs” – Dr. Okoe Boye

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Dr. Bernard Okoe-Boye, acting CEO of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA), has praised Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for his remarkable achievements.

Dr. Okoe-Boye stated Dr. Bawumia is a great human resource for the nation in the next 20 years, citing the development of the Obetsebi flyover and the University of Ghana Sports Stadium.

The former Ledzokuku MP said on Metro TV’s ‘Good Morning Ghana’ on June 9 that the listed projects show how the government has utilised the loans it contracted for.

“The single most important human resource we have in this country going into the next 20 years is Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the practice and the history is there to show.

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“We were told in this country that where’s all the loan…where’s all the money you borrowed. We don’t know what you have done with it.

“The man [Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia] spoke for 2 hours 45 minutes and since then, I haven’t heard anybody ask me questions.

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“He showed all the loans, the projects…Obetsebi the flyover is taking shape. In the next 6 months, I will not be surprised if we start to open it. That is a loan [project].

“If you pass through Spintex Palace…those who use the Spintex, they can see the works going on. That is a loan [project]. When you go to Legon, you see the stadium coming up. That stadium was asleep under JM[John Mahama]. It’s woken up,” Dr. Okoe Boye said.

He continued, “Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s prowess and potential are immense!” Dr. Okoe-Boye blamed the Covid-19 epidemic for inflation, not the vice president.

Ghana’s inflation rate for May rose to 27.6% from 23.6 in April, according to the Ghana Statistical Service.

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