ICT initiatives to benefit government services in Ghana

The minister of Communications (Ghana), Prof. Mike Oquaye, has stated that government is enthusiastic about adopting initiatives, which has taken into cognizance, will re-engineer many services needed in order to benefit from emerging ICTs.

He noted that government has the 'political will' to ensure that institutions make significant progress. Speaking at the launch of the 'Master of Electrical Engineering and Information Programme' in Accra, he emphasised that the intervention in ICT development by the Regent University of Science and Technology would contribute immensely in helping Ghana harness her latent talents for the creation of wealth. He hoped Regent Ghana would continue to emphasise technology application to solve both national and local challenges as the university's vision clearly spells out.

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