Samira Bawumia @sbawumia

The Official Instagram Account of the wife of the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia (@MBawumia)

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We discussed our shared interest in encouraging reading especially among children and their support for Ghana. I was also taken on a tour of their warehouse.(3/3)


Book Aid is UK’s leading international book donation and library development charity. (2/3)


I had the pleasure of meeting with Lord Paul Boateng, Chairman of Book Aid International and the CEO, Alison Tweed, at their London office, on Monday, February 11, 2019. (1/3)


I also shared what the Samira Empowerment and Humanitarian Projects (SEHP) is engaged in and its impact on lives across Ghana.(3/3)


I encouraged participants to make passionate attempts at addressing societal challenges, notwithstanding the impact. (2/3)


As part of the 2019 Warwick Africa Summit, I led a plenary session at the University of Warwick-UK
On Sunday, February 10, 2019. (1/3)


Governments must lead the way by harnessing the potentials of our young people, for a prosperous Africa.(3/3)


I stressed the role of the African youth in the pursuit of Africa's development and growth.(2/3)


On Saturday, February 9, 2019, I delivered a keynote address at the 2019 Warwick Africa Summit, themed "We Face Forward-Daima Mbele" at the University of Warwick-UK. (1/3)


First Lady H.E Rebecca Akufo-Addo; @rakufoaddo

4th February 2019, marked World Cancer Day and I was privileged to honour it in Kumasi, the first city in Africa and fourth city in the world, to pilot the flagship Union for International Cancer Control City Cancer Challenge Programme. It was a pleasure to also welcome the President of the Union for International Cancer Control, Princess DINA MIRED of JORDAN.
I believe one of the critical things to look at when it comes to cancer is prevention. This calls for increased awareness of the preventable causes of cancer and a need to encourage people to adopt healthy lifestyles, including exercising, eating healthy foods and quitting smoking and excessive drinking,
We need to have a long-term commitment to improving the lives of citizens, build cancer care competence and structure, while maintaining the fight against HIV, malaria, tuberculosis, and other infections.
It’s going to take a long time to build the infrastructure for cancer care, but we have to start somewhere.