President Nana Addo Is A Foresight And Strategic Leader ~ Dr. Nyarko
As result of Dr. Kingsley Nyarko’s appreciation, support and love for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s initiative and commitment toward the rapid industrialization of the country through the development of the sector’s befitting skilled labour and also a creation of an enabling environment for the set up of industries that will speed up the nation’s industrialization drive, Dr. Nyarko graced all the three sod-cutting ceremonies in Kumasi with his appearance on Sunday, 1st December 2019, which were all geared toward the enhancement of the industrialization drive of the nation. Dr. Nyarko has a strong confidence in this vision of the President because it is the same path that has gotten the likes of Germany, Russia, Japan, China and other giants of Europe, Asia and America, their current powerful economic status. More so, he is of the firm belief that the path the President is travelling is the best for the nation because it is only a society powered with the right technical, vocational, mathematical, scientific and technological skills that can fit perfectly into the fast-approaching era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. He, as a result, described President Nana Addo as a leader with foresight and strategic skills, one of a few with such ingenuity across the world, and as a result, deserves consistent and continuous support from the entire citizens of Ghana.
The first of the ceremonies was a sod-cutting for the construction of a state-of-the-art Senior High and Technical School named after the former President John Agyekum Kufuor, at Dabaa in the Atwima Nwabiagya North District. Speaking at the function, the President made it known that 20 state-of-the art Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) similar to the one to be constructed in Dabaa are being established across the country.
It was followed by a second sod cutting for the construction of a Technical Examination Unit for the College of Technology Education of the University of Winneba, Kumasi campus (UEW-K). During the delivery of the President’s speech, he also noted that plans are far advanced to make the school an autonomous institution.
It was finalized with a sod-cutting for the construction of a Creative Arts Senior High School at Kwadaso, the first of its kind in Ghana. Through a showcase of the President’s dedication to the growth of the creative arts industry, he stated in his speech that it is the intention of government to scatter more of such schools across the country, and also present for consideration the Creative Arts Industry Bill in Parliament, an Act which when passed, will help establish the creative arts fund and an agency to promote the industry.
The special guest of honour for the three ceremonies was Otumfour Osei Tutu II, the King of Asanteman.
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