News

VIDEO: Did President Akufo-Addo Snub Vice President Bawumia In Public?

Nana Addo, Bawumia
access bank kuulpeeps ad

Oh yeah, everybody has been snubbed publicly before.

You know that moment when you raise your hand to greet someone in public but it turns out the person didn’t see you so you gently put your hands down or scratch your eye a little bit to avoid the embarrassment?

Well, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia was served that on a national stage by the President.

This happened when the President hosted about 1,350 businesses who benefited from the Presidential Business Support Programme at the Jubilee House last Tuesday.

As it is protocol, the president is always the last person to attend a ceremony, even if it is being held in his ‘own’ house.

The normal handshakes with the front roll guests and a wave to the backbenchers were missing this time when the President walked into the room.

Maybe, Bawumia thought he would have preferential treatment… but Nana wasn’t in the mood.

But like every obedient Vice President, Dr Bawumia raised his hand for a handshake, it quickly turned into a salute which were both ignored and then when the President passed, he seemed to have said something we can’t make out.

Check out the now viral video below:

What do you think? Did the President deliberately ignore Dr Bawumia?

We should say that the two were captured having a conversation just the other day at the State Burial service for the late J. H Mensah.

Ok. let the comments flow…

If you have a story you want to share with Kuulpeeps and the world, please do hit us up on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

dano milk kuulpeeps ad

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

The Latest

Kuulpeeps is a social news, lifestyle and entertainment brand for the young Ghanaian. Kuulpeeps is leading millennials through the journey of discovering news, engaging with content and interacting with one another through the use of tailored content platforms, social media executions and new media.

What started primarily as a campus focused site is growing into a media brand focused on satisfying the curiosity of young people across different geographic locations and lifestyles. Kuulpeeps seeks to be the leading content brand for youth interaction in Ghana and beyond.

Contact:

For sales inquiries: sales@kuulpeeps.com

To submit your articles or inquiries/reports to the editor: editor@kuulpeeps.com

To provide any other feedback: feedback@kuulpeeps.com

Copyright © 2019 Kuulpeeps.

To Top