Wife of Ghana’s Vice President Samira Bawumia has finally spoken on her husband (Dr. Bawumias’) health status.
She did this via Facebook post.
Mrs. Bawumia in the post also thanked Ghanaians for their well wishes, prayers and support. “My husband and I are grateful to all Ghanaians and well-wishers from across the world for your prayers, support and best wishes.” She further assured that Dr Bawumia will be back to work very soon.
Dr Bawumia was reported ill by the presidency on Friday, January 19, 2018. He was later flown to the UK on Saturday for further treatment.
The statement signed by the Chief of Staff Frema Osei-Opare said the Vice-President is on medical leave as advised by his doctors. She said the Vice-President was joined by his wife for the UK trip.
Below is the second lady’s post on facebook;
In other news, Video: Stonebwoy Fly Private Jet from Miami to Kingston Jamaica, show off the luxurious hotel he is living in
Bhim Nation boss Stonebwoy is up to something as he fly private jet from Ghana to Miami in America and from Atlanta to Kingston Jamaica in style with his manager.
The Bhim boss was with his manager…
We are also crushing on his shoe…
After arriving in Kingston, The Bhim nation boss also show off his beach side luxurious hotel that he is living in.
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IN A RELATED NEWS; This is what “BHIM” really means- Stonebwoy explains
Ghanaian dancehall and reggae artiste Livingstone Etse Satekla popularly known Stonebwoy gives a detailed meaning of the word “BHIM” he always mentions in his songs.
The “Bawasaaba” singer revealed to Abeiku Santana on the ATUU TV Show that the “BHIM” in his songs is a sound that is geared towards awakening one’s spirit.
He said that the word “BHIM” serves as an inspiration word which awakens and strengthens him to go about his daily activities in a peaceful manner.
Stonebwoy revealed this when Abeiku asked him “What’s the meaning of “BHIM” you mention in your songs?”
“It is a sound that awakens the spirit. When you hear me mention “BHIM” in my songs, it’s that sound that kicks you up.”
“Also, as a word, it has a spelling broken down to mean sometime so inspirational which I see as my mantra. God bless his imperial majesty.”
“Imperial Majesty is the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings. Meaning we thank God for everything,” the Dancehall artiste responded.
The “Go higher” singer who got married last year is now the father of his wife, Mrs Dr Lousia Satekla welcomed a bouncing baby. His latest album “Epistles of Mama” is rated the second best album in the world.
And trending now is…
“I believe I’m a big threat to Shatta Wale”- Stonebwoy
It looks like the beef between two of Ghana’s finest dancehall artistes Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy may not be coming to a climax anything soon.
A while back on ATUU TV Show hosted by Abeiku Santana, self-acclaimed Dancehall King Shatta Wale indicated that he is a threat to every Ghanaian artiste in the country.
Well, that does not seem to be the case for his colleague Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy.
The “Enku Lenu” singer in the latest episode of the ATUU TV Show revealed to Abeiku Santana that he believes he’s a big threat to Shatta Wale because he’s doing something significant and laudable that he (Shatta Wale) is paying close attention to.