#KONWEEKLY: Distribution of Ambulances, Sharing of ideas at Lancaster University’s Political Society and More
On Monday, 27th January, I was privileged to join the Political Society of the Lancaster University to share some ideas on why young Africans should take a closer interest and participate in politics.
On Tuesday, 28th January, I witnessed the distribution of the 307 ambulances procured for the 275 constituencies in the country. One thing we should be clear about is the need to change the poor maintenance culture of public goods. The Ambulance Service and Ghanaians at large should do more to maintain this investment to ensure longevity. President Akufo-Addo will DO MORE in improving other aspects of our healthcare system in his second term.
On Wednesday, 29th January, I was privileged to participate in the Ghana-EU co-operation dialogue ably chaired by Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, Vice President of the Republic. The Ghana and EU teams exhaustively outlined areas for Co-operation in the medium term for the mutual benefit of our people. The African continent, now must define for ourselves what is in our best interest first and then proceed to engage based on what is in OUR interest.
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