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Bawumia should stop going to Easter Conventions because true christians won’t vote for a muslim – netizens

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A social media user has commented on the presence of Ghana’s Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, at a church, given his Muslim faith.

The user suggested that Dr. Bawumia’s attendance at the church might be solely for political reasons, possibly to gain votes.

He also expressed a belief that true Christians would not vote for a Muslim candidate, implying religious bias in Ghanaian politics.

Others users were also of the view that no muslim believes in the death and resurrection of Jesus so if he is church during the Easter celebrations then he is only there for votes.

Some users also indicated that considering the number of times he has been to pentecost church, he should be an elder or even a presiding elder.

Below are netizens’ responses:

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@EmmaBoadu09 – Your presence at these Easter services reflects your commitment to fostering a cohesive society.
@ItsTheD0n – Now dier you turn church elder all eei alhaji peter koo forgetti na 3nfa
@Kofishot – You can even turn Jesus for you to be sacrificed this evening,you will still lose
@UCHAKWA – Do Muslims believe in the crucifixion?
@salifumarcelli1 – Tweaaaaa. Peopl like you make religion a joke. Liar, hypocrite and a flip flopper. Tweaaa
@GKofiAmoah – Did u chop communion? Or u dey Ramadan inside? Timothy the Mate that ooo. E-evangelism
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