Dr mahamudu Bawumia


Vice president of the republic of Ghana, Dr mahamudu Bawumia has asserted that fees being paid by post graduate nurses in the country has been taken care of by the government.

Mr Bawumia sparking at the town hall meeting –Accra organized by the Economic Management Team on the theme: “Our progress, Our Status, our Future” and ways in making good suggestions in building a healthy economy for the betterment of the country.

Touching on the members of the Economic management team were, Dr mahamudu Bawumia, Hon yaw Osafo Marfo,Hon .John Peter Amewu,Hon ken Ofori Atta, Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto,Hon.prof Gyan Baffour,Hon.Dr.Anthony Akoto Osei.

In the Vice president’s speech, he said, “Government is providing three hindered and fifty jobs in other to curb the mass unemployment which has been at the neck the government for years, an increase in police service personnel intake, installing Nursing and teacher’s allowances which were at the heart of the NPP Government”.

we have delivered and perform, he said.

which simply means, the NPP Government has fulfilled its promises made to Ghanaians.

In a relating issues, Dr Bawumia described the depreciation of the cedi as weak fundamentals causing the rise and fall on the depreciation rate in the year 2014.

‘We have enough gas to power our own plant for energy generation, he disclosed.

According to, Dr Bawumia nuisance taxes at the port during clearing of goods has now been digitalize and with the hard work of Akuffo Addo’s Government it has now been reduced by 50%.

Ghana currently is operating in digital sectors, it is now clear that one can even book a ticket and enjoy state transport instead of queuing to purchase a ticket, hence no need to join a ling que to purchase a plane ticket at the airport.

Ghana as a nation would soon be connecting Lights to our homes through digitalize system, “this we describe as a good and competent governance he said”.

story by :Richmond ofosu .

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