Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumiya said Ghana will be another place when the country fully understands the impact of the policies of the Free University of Applied Sciences (FUAS) in 10-15 years.
We may not yet see the full effect of free cross-border cooperation, but in 10 to 15 years time Ghana will have a different place, because we will have a trained workforce.
The vice president gave a speech in the colorful Darbara of the leaders and people of the traditional district of Afutuakwa in Assin Fozu.
Our biggest initiative is the free policy of the CBC. In 2016 we were told it would be impossible, but through prudent economic management, we were able to do it, he said.
Dr. Bavumiya believes the election’s on the 7th. The Council also advised Ghana not to make a mistake in returning NDC and stressed that NDC has a frightening economic governance record.
The Vice-President pointed out that the nuclear power plant had the experience to manage it more effectively and that President Akoufo-Addo, who heads the administration, had therefore proved worthy of another four years.
In this context, he encouraged the Ghanaians to vote in favour of the nuclear power plant in order to continue the implementation of the many development strategies in support of the country’s growth.
Dr Bawumiya referred to the term of office of former President Kufuor when he outlined a series of measures to overcome the financial crisis he was facing.
Among the measures he left behind were national health insurance, free maternity care, national youth employment, construction fees, school meals and subway public transport, but the NDC government ruined everything, he added.
Kennedy Agiepong, deputy for Central Assna, said that Ghana’s free education system is one of the best in the world and noted that even the U.S. free education system is not suitable for accepting students.
In the past, he said, the dreams of many bright students have been stifled by their parents’ inability to pay tuition fees, and he asked NPP members to drum home for good party work and work hard for a convincing victory for further progress and development.
Nana Kutsin Amoah III, Assin Abakomahen from the tribal area of Afutuakwa, called on the government to tackle the poor condition of the roads in the Assin enclave.
We appreciate the good work you’ve done. We’re right behind you. We’ll give you four more, but don’t forget Assinman. I can assure you that victory in December 2007 will be yours, he said.
He also called on the government to make SAF Obiri Yeaboa an exemplary school.
Earlier, the Vice President addressed the staff and students of the Assinman School of Nursing and Midwifery, where he promised to streamline the school’s accreditation process.
He also promised to provide the school with a bus, a laptop and other logistical support to facilitate teaching and learning once Principal Ophelia Nkruma has handed over her duties.
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