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Ursula Owusu-Ekuful: I would be selling charcoal if not for education.

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There is a saying that Education is the key to success. According to my checks, Education has helped many people in the country to succeed in life. 

Flashback: if you can remember what the Minister of Communication and Digitalization said about how education has helped her life. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful stated that, she did be selling charcoal if not for education. She stated this when she was speaking to the people of the Savannah Region. She added that, charcoal selling was her business until education saved her, so she is urging parents to take advantage of the government's Free Senior High School policy to educate their children. 

Ursula Owusu-Ekuful also stated that, by God's grace and because she went to school, she is now a lawyer and a communications Minister, so she is encouraging everyone to the advantage of the policies that the government is putting in place in education to educate our people. She even made an example that, "was it not education, where would the wife of the Vice-President of Ghana, a Zongo Fulani woman be. " Samira is a Ghanaian politician. 

She concluded by saying something about the establishment of the Zongo Ministry. She said that, the government has not just established the Zongo Ministry, but have also set up Zongo Development Fund and she is sure the people of Ghana can all testify that when it comes to the infrastructure the government is working when it comes to education Zongos have felt it when it comes to employment they have seen it. And our Arabic teachers are being given allowances. 

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