Mahamudu Bawumia is a Ghanaian economist and former central banker who serves as the 7th Vice President of Ghana in the 4th Ghanaian Republic. He assumed office on 7 January 2017.
In 1975, he graduated from Tamale’s Sakasaka Primary School and was accepted into Tamale Secondary School. President of Ghana’s United Nations Students’ Association (GUNSA) was him in 1981.
After completing his second cycle of education, he traveled to the United Kingdom and earned the Chartered Institute of Bankers Diploma in banking (ACIB).
In 1987, he graduated with honors from Buckingham University with a degree in economics. Afterward, he earned a Master of Economics degree from Lincoln College, Oxford; and in 1995, he earned a Ph.D. in Economics from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver.
Aside from macroeconomics, he also specializes in international trade and development economics.
At the Emile Woolf College of Accountancy in London, England, from 1988 to 1990, Dr. Bawumia taught Monetary Economics and International Finance. He was also an economist at the International Monetary Fund’s Research Department in Washington, D.C.
Mahamudu Bawumia Wife: Who is Dr. Bawumia’s Wife Samira Bawumia?
Mahamadu Bawumia, Ghana’s Vice President, is married to Samira Bawumia. In addition to serving as Ghana’s Second Lady, Samira is a prominent Ghanaian politician.
At the Answarudeen Islamic School in Fadama and at the Alsyd Academy in Accra, Samira began her formal education before moving on to the Akosombo International School (AIS) and finally the Mfantsiman Girls’ Secondary School at Saltpond in Ghana’s Central Region.