Government Officials laud Bawumia’s development plan as dynamic and refreshing

Government Officials laud Bawumia's development plan as dynamic and refreshing
Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

Government officials and industry representatives have lauded Vice President Dr 's envisioned development plan for Ghana as “dynamic” and “refreshing.” The Vice President, also the Flagbearer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (), outlined his ambitious policies during a recent address to the nation, emphasizing digitization and economic formalization as key priorities.

Dr Bawumia's focus on leveraging technology and private sector involvement to create sustainable jobs, boost revenue generation, and modernize Ghana's economy has garnered praise from several ministers and industry leaders. In separate interviews, they expressed optimism about the transformative potential of the Vice President's proposals.

Mr. Dan Botwe, the Minister of Local Government, Decentralization, and Rural Development, commended Dr. Bawumia's speech, highlighting its emphasis on continuity and dynamism. He praised the focus on digitization, stating that it would address systemic challenges across various sectors and improve overall efficiency.

Mr. Joseph Cudjoe, Minister for Public Enterprises, echoed these sentiments, emphasizing the importance of formalizing the economy to position Ghana among modern nations. He described Dr Bawumia's vision as visionary and reflective of a genuine commitment to solving Ghana's developmental challenges.

Mr. Bice Osei Kuffour, Managing Director of the Ghana Post Company Limited, hailed Dr. Bawumia's plan as well-thought-out and reflective of a deep understanding of Ghana's development needs. He emphasized the importance of supporting such initiatives to propel the country forward.

Mr. , Director of Communications for the NPP, expressed confidence that Ghana would experience a new phase of development if Dr. Bawumia's plans were implemented. He called on fellow Ghanaians to rally behind the Vice President's vision for the nation's future.

Meanwhile, the Importers and Exporters Association announced its intention to scrutinize Dr. Bawumia's address, particularly its implications for the freight sector. Mr. Asaki Samson Awingobit, the Executive Secretary of the Association, highlighted the need for further clarification on critical issues such as the proposed flat tax rate for spare parts operators.

Overall, Dr. Bawumia's development plan has generated widespread support and interest, with stakeholders expressing optimism about its potential to drive Ghana's economic transformation and prosperity.

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