Vice President of Ghana, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, claims that practically all grown-up Ghanaians presently approach a financial balance.
As indicated by the Vice President’s clarification of the public authority’s digitization methodology, digitalization isn’t about the individual advantage, but instead about assisting the economy with recuperating.
Keeping that in mind, Dr. Bawumia said today, July 14, at Accra Business School’s conventional introduction of a cooperation between Accra Business School and South East Technological University Ireland:
As Dr. Bawumia put it: “We look for digitalization as a vehicle to handle difficulties looked by conventional Ghanaians and rebuild the economy.”
Coronavirus was likewise a reminder for digitalization, as indicated by him.
With such countless services on hold in view of COVID-19, “the pandemic offered extra stimulus to advanced drives all through the public area,” he said.
A portion of the benefits acquired by the country because of its digitalization program were framed by him.
Almost 90% of Ghanaians beyond 18 a years old have a ledger. Today, all you want to make a financial balance is a Ghanacard and a cell phone. No desk work is required.
You may now buy prepaid power units by means of your cell, any place you are.”
Since the Scholarship Secretariat has gone computerized, anyone may now apply for and get grants from the solace of their own home, as per Mr. Smith.
Ghana’s vice president commented, “We have acquired ICAO leeway for the utilization of the Ghana card to head out to Ghana from abroad without a visa.”