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He said his wife who was away with him on medical leave in the UK, played the role of a chief nurse and ensured that he strictly complied with his medications.

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He went on to spend 12 days in the UK as part of his medical leave, before returning to Ghana.

Dr Bawumia told congregants at the International Central Gospel Church, Abosey Okai on Sunday where he attended a thanksgiving service to thank God for healing him.

"I want to give thanks to my lovely wife Samira, even though there were nurses, she was the Chief nurse and she seized all my phones and made sure I was resting and not trying to do anything but rest. So I really thank her so much, the doctor said that, you said that the battle is the Lord’s but today the Lord has caught up with you, you have to rest," he said.

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According to him, his recovery would have been impossible if not for the "hand of God" urging the public to continue to pray for President Akufo-Addo and other government officials.

He added: "Pray for Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, pray for the First Lady pray, for our Chief of Staff and the Ministers. They all stood by me and prayed for me just like you also prayed for me. I also want to give thanks to my lovely wife Samira, even though there were nurses she was the chief nurse and she seized all my phones and made sure I was resting and made sure I wasn’t doing anything but resting."