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NPP Flagbearer Vows to Train 1 Million Ghanaians in Coding and Software Applications

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Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, the flagbearer of Ghana’s ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), has pledged to provide coding and software application training to approximately 1 million young Ghanaians if he wins the 2024 elections. Speaking to a crowd in Kwahu Mpraeso on Saturday, March 30, following a special Easter health walk, Dr. Bawumia emphasized the importance of technological advancement for the country’s youth.

“The future is technology, and the youth of this country are important to drive what we want to do in technological advancement. That is why I have said we will train about 1 million young Ghanaians in coding and software applications under my Presidency,” Dr. Bawumia declared, outlining his vision for the nation’s technological future.

In addition to his commitment to technology training, Dr. Bawumia promised bold decisions, including a new tax system, if elected. “A vote for me is a vote for bold solutions. And a vote for my opponent is a vote for old solutions. I am coming with new ideas and bold solutions to move our country forward,” he stated.

Dr. Bawumia’s remarks resonated with NPP supporters, as he urged them to work diligently together to secure victory in the presidential elections and a parliamentary majority. His vision for a technologically advanced Ghana, coupled with promises of innovative solutions to national challenges, garnered enthusiasm among the crowd gathered in Kwahu Mpraeso.