By now it's clear how important education is important to the development of a country, in terms of it's economy. And because of that, education is a very essential tool to help boost the economy of a developing country. And a country who has a majority of it's citizens educated, has a chance of rubbing shoulders with some of the most powerful and influential countries in the world. And because of this, the Vice President Alhaji Dr Mahamadu Bawumia has congratulated Prempeh college for winning 2020 virtual Robofest World Championship.
In a tweet, Dr Bawumia stated, "This accomplishment was likewise accomplished by Mamfe Methodist Girls' Senior High School in 2019, and shows that Ghana has a great deal of potential in this field and should be sustained well to help our innovative progression".
VP Bawumia in the course of recent years, had been leading government's digitisation plan and trusted Ghana should exploit the innovative progression in the Fourth Industrial Revolution to develop the Ghanaian economy.
He supported the digitisation of the port under the paperless ports framework, versatile cash interoperability installment framework, utilization of the QR Code framework, advanced property tending to framework, among others
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