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I Will Implement One -Student- One- Laptop Policy For Tertiary Students- Bawumia

Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has promised to prioritize laptops for all Tertiary students if voted to power in the December 2024 general elections.

As part for his vision for the education sector, the Vice President believes it is important for Ghanaian students to take part in the 4th industrial revolution which is IT driven hence his vision to make laptops available to all students.

According to NPP flagbearer, making laptops available and accessible to all Ghanaian students will help Ghana in leveraging on technology, data and systems for inclusive education for Ghanaian.

In a policy document shared by communication outfit of the Bawumia Campaign, they enumerated some of his policies and vision on education sector when voted into power.

“Dr. Bawumia will also implement one student one laptop policy for Tertiary student through the provision of zero interest loan with 70% discount on the cost of laptop [payable over 4 years] for Tertiary students” the circulated document stated.

The document also Dr. Bawumia’s vision to support and facilitate the establishment of National Open University Ghana in collaboration with the private sector and with the focus on technical, vocational skill and ICT.

The New Patriotic Flagbearer has been touring the country as he commences his campaign to solicit the support of Ghanaians in the upcoming elections.

The Campaign so far has been met with enthusiasm and good wishes from the clergy, Chiefs and Imams, youth and working groups who have overwhelmingly welcomed the ideas and policies of the Flagbearer.

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Kwaku Opoku-Dame is the Chief Editor of Ghnewstoday.com, and he is based in Tema, Ghana. Kwaku holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies (Journalism major) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
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