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Agenda 111 will add $2 billion to Ghana's GDP and create 50,000 jobs by 2030 - Akufo-Addo.

His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has insinuated how the Agenda 111 which just began will help Ghana and West Africa by 2030. According to the president, his main aim is to make Ghana a centre for medical care in West Africa by the year 2030. He added that by the end of 2030, the GDP of the country will be improved and more jobs will be created in the health sector.

"All these programmes, collectively, will position Ghana as a leading medical travel destination in West Africa, with the potential to add some two billion dollars (US$2billion) to the Nation's GDP by 2030 and in the process create some fifty thousand (50,000) jobs in the sector".

He explained that each construction will cost an amount is $16.88 million, $12.88 million will be used for the construction and everything while the remaining $4 million will be used for medical equipment and funding. According to His Excellency, all works on this project will be completed in just 18 months.

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