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Admit your shortfalls and offer pragmatic solutions –Otumfuo to Bawumia

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Admit your shortfalls and offer pragmatic solutions –Otumfuo to Bawumia

Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has counseled Vice President Dr Mahamud Bawumia to openly acknowledge his potential shortcomings and address them as he embarks on his political engagements leading up to the December 7 elections.

During their discussions on important national issues, Otumfuo commended the Vice President’s efforts in tackling pressing challenges that impact many Ghanaians every day.

However, recognizing the complexities of governance and human nature, the Asantehene stressed the importance of humility and transparency when facing limitations or mistakes.

He advised Dr Bawumia to build trust by being open about his vulnerabilities, emphasizing how this can strengthen connections with the people.

Otumfuo also emphasized that leadership involves not only avoiding errors but also admitting them and taking swift corrective actions. He noted that Ghanaians are receptive to leaders who acknowledge their shortcomings and offer practical solutions.

The Asantehene advised the Vice President to remain humble in his duties and during his political campaign.

Dr. Bawumia expressed gratitude for the guidance and promised to uphold ethical standards in his career. He pledged to heed the Asantehene’s advice and commit to self-improvement for the benefit of Ghana and its citizens.

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