Education is in no doubt an essential part of the development of every nation. Every nation you see today or might have heard as at today had invested heavily in education.
President Akufo Addo, the first gentleman of Ghana revealed on his Facebook platform that, $4 billion was raised at the Global Education Summit to help millions of children in some of the world's most vulnerable countries to access to education.
Due to the uncountable importance of education and since there are numerous children uneducated in some parts of the world makes it necessary for world leaders to find ways to get the best out of their subjects.
The above explanation about the importance of education and the fact that several people are not educated made the world leaders to create the Global education summit that can help deal with issues pertaining to education.
Picture from the Summit
This is a good news to Ghanaians and everyone around the globe, because several children will get access to education worldwide.
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