Poverty is still endemic in Ghana, regardless its the fairly robust growth.
The development path of the country is strewn with a variety of experiences of according to the honourable Member of Parliament for Bosomtwe Constituency has attributed to the non-completion of the creation of the ecosystem for development.
In a live studio interview with Nana Jantuah on Oyerepa Breakfast Show, the Deputy Minister of Education, Dr Osei Adutwum talked about the need for Ghanaians to always pursue development saying that the reluctance of most Ghanaians to take up leadership roles has negatively impacted on development.
He emphasized on there being the will to journey to explore various avenues, but how to go about it and mentoring becomes the problems.
He also said, “The ecosystem has not been fully created, leading to the slow pace of development.”
The Honourable MP for Bosomtwe encouraged Ghanaians, especially the youth, on Malcolm Timothy Gladswell’s ‘Ten thousand (10,000) hrs rule’ and how effective it will be in the creative sector, especially in a time a Creative Arts Senior High School at Kwadaso.”It is a whole ecosystem which can be put together to realise growth & development, ” he again counselled.
SOURCE: AGYEI BARIMAH YAW
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