At least both administrations are thoughtful about digital literacy and its relevance to our educational development. Computers have become a key resource in today's educational need yet a scarce one in developing countries as Ghana. The journey began with a dedicated program of the Better Ghana Agenda under President John Dramani Mahama.
On July 24 2012, Ghana lost Prof. John Evan Fifi Atta Mills as it first sitting president. He was a gentleman and father for all indeed in his tenure as president of Ghana. The presidency of John Atta Mills began on 7 January 2009 and ended on 24 July 2012.
When NDC preached and campaigned on the Better Ghana Agenda, it suggested it was going to place Ghana on a much higher pedestal of growth and prosperity. This would mean doing things differently including an aggressive pursuit of industrialization in all shapes and forms. Regrettably, that agenda could not fly beyond the highfalutin rhetoric. A new administration comes in and is applying itself to a rapid industrialization agenda on all fronts including the automobile sector. Instead of supporting these efforts,
This article is based on facts and sequential flow. Please kindly like, share and comment for more updates. NDC 2012-2016 MANIFESTO Nearly to the 2012 elections we heard the heart breaking demise of the late President John Evans Atta Mills. After his demise the political environment changed quickly and eagerly. The NDC named their manifesto " Advancing the Better Ghana Agenda". These are some of the quotes from the NDC; "The 2012 National Democratic Congress manifesto therefore underscores our devotion to build