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Government’s digitalisation agenda not transformative – Bright Simons

The Vice President of IMANI Africa, Bright Simons, has said government's digitalisation drive being moved by Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia isn't extraordinary.

As indicated by him, the public authority's execution of a few computerized drives, for example, the SIM card re-enrollment practice clinical robot conveyance, have shown an absence of strategy rationality.

He noticed that these inward inconsistencies that reinforce "negativity" would not be so assuming government was for sure dedicated to advanced change as being promoted.

"There are a few splendid spots, yet taken overall, it's not extraordinary. In some regard, it's very dangerous. There are examples where I dread since it's so hyper-marked and the political stakes are so high."

"I think the approach intelligibility is significant, and for these large drives that we are discussing, there are interior inconsistencies that fuel the skepticism. Maybe they were really doing this in with a sense of sincere resolve.

"There are many cases in this computerized plan that assuming the Vice President, his warning group and government were appropriately dedicated to the advanced change, they wouldn't do things that way as far as unbiased and real practice", he said on Citi TV.

For the IMANI Africa Vice President, the avoidable difficulties being confronted lead to the acknowledgment that the public authority's move is politically propelled and not intended to work on the government assistance of Ghanaians.

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