Former Speaker of Ghana' s Parliament, Prof. Mike Aaron Oquaye, has argued that for a strong future to be guaranteed for the good people of Ghana, the current Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency Dr. Mamahudu Bawumia must be elected President.
He touted the life- changing political initiatives of Dr. Bawumia as the engine that will ensure the continued growth and development of the economy of this country.
When asked how he sees the future of Ghana under Dr. Mamahudu Bawumia, the former Speaker of the House of Representatives Mr. Aaron Mike Oquaye said: " It would be great if we could continue this digitization and automation, including the ICT from Dr. Bawumia. " - He stated.
Professor Oquaye listed several innovative ideas that have helped stop revenue leaks at the country' s entry points.
The GPS addressing system, mobile money interoperability, digitization in the renewal of national health insurance, etc. are some of the many technological advances that Vice President Dr. Bawumia has introduced into the system.
In his presentation, Professor Mike Aaron Oquaye stated that the country cannot continue to implement the same policies and ideas that have not yielded many results in the past few years.
Dr. Mamahudu Bawumia' s digitization tools and methods are helping accumulate billions of cedis while removing bureaucratic barriers in the system.
Professor Mike Oquaye gave this interview to Raymond Kumah' s Okyeman Television at his residence and was exclusively monitored by Scooper News.
The New Patriotic Party will in two years go to the polls to elect the party' s presidential candidate for the pending 2024 general election. Many have tipped the Vice President to be the ideal candidate to replace His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo.
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