Vice President Bawumia insists that the country’s digitization space has advanced quickly in a manner that merits commendation.
The Vice president accepts that it is at a level that different nations need to imitate to work on their designs. Talking at the Accra Business School in Accra on Thursday, the Vice President featured the job of data innovation in the government’s advancement plan.
During his clarification, he referred to the engine protection data set under the National Insurance Commission (NIC) as a valid example. In such a manner, he reviewed an issue in the United Kingdom where a Lamborghini was pulled over recently.
As per the Vice President, the UK police attempted to confirm the protection subtleties of the vehicle. “So they needed to tow the vehicle since they couldn’t lay out whether the vehicle had protection.
Presently they need to come and execute the engine protection data set since they might have recently utilized their telephone to see if the vehicle was safeguarded or not,” he said.
Thus, he demanded that Ghana is out of the class of a portion of the created nations with regard to progress in innovation.
“So we’re in front of a considerable lot of the high-level nations around here,” he added. Dr. Bawumia was the Guest of Honor at the authority send-off of Accra Business School’s IT programs.
In any case, on digitization, the Vice President said the all-out income produced each year from the utilization of identifications has expanded to ¢56 million when contrasted with ¢1 million in 2017.
This augmentation, he expressed is because of the government’s digitalization of the cycles of acquiring international IDs.