Ghana’s Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia keeps reminding Ghanaians about the benefits of the Ghana Card.
Dr. Bawumia speaking at the 18th Biennial Youth and Students Assembly of the Methodist Church-Ghana said the national ID card can help identify accident victims.
He explained that those who die in the unfortunate event can have their cards taken for biometric examination to contact their relatives.This came as a surprise to many and even many Ghanaians are asking if the vice president does not have any mental illness.
In other news, Evangelist Patricia Oduro Koranteng popularly known as Mama Pat says she’s going back to her ‘Nana Agradaa’ ways from August 2, 2022.
According to the former dubious fetish priestess, she’s returning to her old lifestyle as she is being disrespected daily by Ghanaians after she changed her name to Evangelist Mama Pat.
Nana Agradaa stated that there is no power in her new name (Mama Pat) and from 2nd August, she will be referred to as Rev. Agradaa.
“From the 2nd August, the Agradaa is coming back because Ghanaians don’t respect Mama Pat. On the ordination day, I am going back to take the Agradaa. There is no power in Mama Pat”, she revealed.