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Mahama promises to implement scheme to support master craftsmen in tech and vocational education

Mahama promises to implement scheme to support master craftsmen in tech and vocational education
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As part of his “Building Ghana Tour ” agenda, Mr. John Dramani Mahama made a few whistle-stops to interact with artisans in some local communities on his way to the Wa in the Upper West Region. 

“I had an incredibly exciting experience on my way to Wa earlier today. Between Sawla and Wa, I made a few whistle-stops to interact with some passionate, hardworking artisans in the local communities”.

Mr. Mahama was encouraged by their enthusiasm towards their work.

“Their unwavering support and tireless dedication to their craft are not only awe-inspiring but even more the “appropriate technology” being used to serve their clients.”

“Another reason why my government will prioritise technical and vocational education, implement a scheme to support master craftsmen and women to train apprentices and support artisans with funds and start-up equipment”.

Mr. Mahama reiterated that, the “enthusiasm and zeal for change in the country’s political leadership were evident. This only solidified my commitment to implementing meaningful and transformative policies that will uplift the lives of every Ghanaian.”

“Their energy and passion give me a renewed sense of purpose and drive, and I am more determined than ever to lead this country to greater heights.”

Together, we will build the Ghana we want and move on to progress and prosperity! 

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