The president of policy think tank group IMANI Ghana, Franklin Cudjoe has reacted to vice president, Dr Alhaji Mahamadu Bawumia's digital lecture and causes massive stir across the country. He has stated that he is far removed from the madness of politics after listening to Dr Bawumia at Ashesi.
According to him, Dr Bawumia is handling government's digitilisation agenda with so much passion and focus. He said Dr Bawumia is making a great transformation but it could be better managed well with some digital solutions. He added that he feels that Ashesi students can better sell government's digitilisation drive well than average NPP party members.
"Bawumia is handling the government's digitilisation agenda with so much passion and focus. And there are great transformations no doubt, but certainly could be better with transparent procurement processes for acquiring some of the digital solutions. This is one time when command control gets results. A brilliant lecture it was at Ashesi- great questions from students. I have a feeling Ashesi students are better at selling the govt's digitilisation drive than the average NPP party loyalists. Or party folks are scared they will be marked for 'death' when they praise Bawumia's digital efforts ahead of what might be a stormy succession race? Well, I am far removed from the madness of politics, so I will listen to Bawumia's next lecture when he invites me again" Franklin Cudjoe stated on his social media wall after Dr Bawumia delivered his lecture which people reacts differently to it.
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