Ontario Province In Canada Honours Dr. Bawumia For His Impactful Leadership

The Ontario Province in Canada has honoured Vice President and flagbearer of the NPP, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for his remarkable and inspiring leadership.

Presenting the award, on behalf of the Province and the Canadian Religious and Cultural Council (CRCC) on Sunday May 26, in Ontario, Canada, the Hon. Member of Provential Parliament, David Smith said Dr. Bawumia's leadership of pursuing interventions that help humanity such as the use of drones for essential medical supply in remote communities in Ghana was remarkable.

The CRCC hosted Dr. Bawumia and other dignitaries at a special event held at the Miracle Arena for All Nations in Ontario, Canada, to promote peace and diversity.

Speaking at the ceremony, Dr. Bawumia spoke about the need for tolerance and respect for diversity in order to ensure peace in communities and nations.

The Vice President shared with the audience, Ghana's unique respect for tolerance and religious diversity, which he noted, is the pillar of Ghana's globally acclaimed peace.

The NPP flagbearer also seized the opportunity to share with the international audience a number of interventions the Government of Ghana has initiated which he said are impacting the nation positively.

The audience gave Dr. Bawumia the loudest cheers when he spoke about how Ghana's innovative intervention to deploy drones to deliver critical medical supplies to remote areas in Ghana.

The Hon. Member of Provential Parliament, David Smith, speaking on behalf of the Ontario Province, said Dr. Bawumia and the Vice President deserved commendation for his remarkable leadership.

"The Province of Ontario has recognized your effort in nation building for Ghanaians and Ghanaians in the diaspora", the Hon. David Smith said while presenting a plaque to Dr. Bawumia.

He particularly praised Dr. Bawumia for his commitment to using technology to address challenges in Ghana for the benefit of the Ghanaian people.

"To be able to use all these information system for the government to reach out to its citizens is something great", he said of Ghana's drone medical delivery service.