The vice President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has received massive appluase on social media for a launching a platform that will enable Ghanaians access government's services, make simple payments for public services, ensure prompt payment for and transparency and visibility in internally generated funds.
The vice President launching the programme dubbed Ghana.Gov received a lot of recognition and love for himself and the new patriotic party government. According to Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, the service can be accessed via www.ghana.gov or simply short code #222* on any mobile phone and you are there
What excited Ghanaians so much is the fact that, the country did not have to go beyond the shores to develop this amazing platform to manage local challenge.
Bawumia in his address assured that the platform will offer a simple and single convenient for all government services and will also make things easier for everyone to find and pay for government services. He said this convenience to pay for government services with the bank, mobile money, the Ghana GHQR code, the fintech app and other amazing payment services that have already been rolled out to eliminate hassles of going through long queues and moving from one office to another just to pay for a service.
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