Bawumia: Ghana moving to next phase of digitalisation agenda

The Vice-President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has said Ghana is poised to move to the next phase of its digitalisation agenda in a bid to fast-track socio-economic development.

He said this is evidence of the government’s commitment to build on the current digital platforms and use data analytics and artificial intelligence to provide life-impacting solutions for ordinary Ghanaians.

The vice-president said this when he met with a team from the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (TBI) and Oracle Technologies led by Tony Blair, former UK Prime Minister.



“Yesterday, I received at the Jubilee House, a team from the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (TBI) and Oracle Technologies led by Tony Blair, former UK Prime Minister, to discuss opportunities for leveraging Ghana’s leadership role in digitalisation on the African continent to maximise benefits for citizens, local technology firms and businesses,” he posted on Facebook.

“I noted that Ghana is now set to move on to the next phase of digitalisation with our commitment to build on the current digital platforms and use data analytics and artificial intelligence to provide life-impacting solutions for the ordinary Ghanaian.,” he added.



He is optimistic Ghana will not miss out on the fourth industrial revolution which comes with enormous benefit.

“We are determined that Ghana will not miss out on the fourth industrial revolution.”

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