Dr. Bawumia Claims Most Active Vice President in Ghana’s History, Highlights Digital Achievements

Dr. Bawumia

Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the flagbearer for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has confidently asserted his unique role as the most active Vice President in Ghana’s history during his campaign tour in the Upper East Region. Apexnewsgh reports

Addressing clergymen in Bolgatanga, Dr. Bawumia highlighted his contributions to the nation’s digital transformation, emphasizing key innovations he has spearheaded.

“I’m the only active VP ever witnessed in Ghana since independence. I brought about the e-pharmacy system. I brought the Ghana Cards and so many more, as the Ghana Cards can save the country billions of cedis by doing away with ghost workers and others,” Dr. Bawumia stated confidently.

He further explained that he has been instrumental in introducing several digital initiatives aimed at enhancing efficiency and transparency in various sectors. The e-pharmacy system, for example, is one of the notable achievements in the country, and 46 pharmacies in the Upper East Region are part of it. This system is streamlining access to pharmaceutical services, ensuring that Ghanaians can obtain medications conveniently and securely online.

The Ghana Card, a national identification system, is designed to provide a unique identity for every Ghanaian, addressing issues such as ghost workers in the public sector. The Ghana Card is expected to save the country billions of cedis by eliminating fraudulent activities and ensuring that resources are allocated efficiently.

Dr. Bawumia emphasized that these initiatives not only enhance governance but also contribute significantly to the country’s economic growth and development.

His leadership and vision for a digital Ghana have made a positive impact on the nation, and his campaign promises to continue and expand these initiatives have resonated with many Ghanaians.

Source: Apexnewsgh.com

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Ngamegbulam C. S

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