The Vice President, Dr Bawumia has carved a niche for himself in the digitalisation agenda. There were massive reactions when TV3 Ghana posted a picture of former President John Mahama with an interesting caption.
TV3 captioned the post; Mahama to speak on digitalisation. This post has indeed attracted tremendous reactions although a mixed one.
Whilst a section of the public, applauded the former president for his zeal to unravel that aspect of the growth of the country, other Ghanaians simply felt he wanted to impress Ghanaians that he could compete with Bawumia in that lane.
Is former President John Mahama trying to compete or contribute to knowledge? Is the former president just seeking to provide some meedful information to the government? Is his lecture a politically-motivated one?
Interestingly, some Ghanaians have stated a list of digitalisation achievements made by the current Vice President Dr. Bawumia.
What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?
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