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‘Kill Me If Bawumia Becomes President’ – Young Man Throws Dangerous Challenge



In a controversial and alarming video circulating on social media, a young Ghanaian man has issued a dramatic and disturbing ultimatum concerning the upcoming presidential election. The man, whose identity has not been disclosed, has stated that he will take his own life or challenges others to kill him if Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia wins the presidential election scheduled for December 7, 2024.

In the video, the young man expressed strong disapproval of Dr. Bawumia, asserting that the Vice President has not adequately represented the interests of the Ghanaian people. He further claimed that Dr. Bawumia’s current role should be his highest achievement, criticizing the Vice President for what he describes as a failure to address the needs and concerns of the populace.

The man’s statements have sparked widespread concern among the public and authorities, with many emphasizing the potentially dangerous consequences of his challenge. Commentators have highlighted the risk that malicious individuals might exploit the situation to harm him, and there are calls for immediate intervention to prevent any potential tragedy.

This incident underscores the intense emotions and high stakes surrounding the upcoming election, as well as the need for calm and responsible discourse in the lead-up to the vote. The Ghanaian public and political figures are being urged to engage in peaceful and constructive dialogue as the nation prepares to decide its future leadership.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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