The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, says all is set for the implementation of a digital addressing system to record state properties and citizen’s data in a Centralized National database.
He said this would be a building block to properly formalize the economy to aid National planning and economic development, together with the National Identification System.
He was the Special Guest of Honor at the 87th Speech and Prize-giving Day of the St. Augustine’s College in Cape Coast, said major stakeholder consultations had been done and a technical team had also been constituted for the project to commence in July, this year.
The project would ensure a unique addressing system and national identification for Ghana; projetc is expected to be completed before the end of the year. Vice President Bawumia said these were major prerequisites for economic development as many economies could not function effectively without them.
He said our economy right now is extremely informal so people can hide in this economy. People generally do what the system allows them to do and if you want ethical behaviour, you have to design systems that actually encourage that ethical behavior, so we are in a process of doing just that.
Theme of the Speech and Prize-Giving Day was: “Raising Ethical Leaders for Nation Building: The Pivotal Role of Students” and it brought together people from all walks of lives including eminent old boys and famous personalities.
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