GHANA’S POVERTY GAP IS A TECHNOLOGY GAP HON. KARIM NANYUA STRESSES

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Technology has been said to have an impact in the development of the nation Ghana for its relevance in poverty reduction and the mystery of it is what separates developed from developing countries the DCE for Sissala East District. Hon.Karim Nanyua stated yesterday on the 61st Ghana’s independence celebration held at the Tumu Sports stadium.
Whilst delivering the president’s speech, Hon. Karim Nanyua indicates that poverty gap is a technology gap and we have to bridge the gap. He said in this regard government is laying a strong foundation for an educated and skilled workforce of the future through free senior high school program, which this academic year enabled 90, 000 additional young Ghanaians to enroll into SHS. He said these are our future scientists, engineers, modern farmers, innovators entrepreneurs and transformation agents. He also mentioned that as government committed to the growth of the private sector; the private sector should be the critical partner in moving Ghana beyond aid. In truth, part of our problems has been that government tries to do too much, tries to take on far too much beyond its capacity.
However, there are many projects in roads, railways, water, transport and agriculture which if properly structured will attract private sector financing. Key to attracting private sector investment is a business friendly and peaceful environment he emphasized.

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