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Can this dream be achieve within 8 years?
mmm!ASEM YI DI KA,
what is your mind?
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God'd time is the best,his seasons of success is true for fulfillment of dreams and visions.Ghana await the promise
GOD shall establish
Every dream and vision can be achieved look through history is good discipline,judgement,focus,faith and most importantly unity in closing ranks.
Oh ghana politicians when are u going to think about your country,it has been a long time but still it goes on why?please change your mind
These are societal vices,human evils that evert society and people have to experience,Ghana will soon outgrow them and become mature and achieve the Dream of 2020.Every society on planet earth has and will always be haunted by these negative human influences be it developed or developing.
Well, Ghana can be able to achieve this remarkable success only if we blow away bribery and corruption,tribalism and nepotism,politics of insults,acrimony,vandetta and many other vices that retard growth and development of a country.Now that Ghana has been blessed with oil, there is the need for the government to wisely utilize the proceeds obtained from this newly found natural resource for the benefit of the entire citizens living in the country.And finally, all sectors of our economy should be carefully looked at because the strength and weakness of every country solely depends on this key factor.SO ARISE,THE YOUTH OF GHANA BECAUSE WE ARE THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS AGAINST ECONOMIC HARDSHIP.
mm! So you want to tell me that with all our natural resources we cant achieve this? Ghana is indeed blessed with lots of resources naming a few are, precious metals like gold, diamond, silver, bauxite etc, and cocoa, timber, huge water bodies and recently the discovering of black gold (Oil). Ghana is currently the second largest producer of cocoa in the world behind Ivory Coast. It is Africa’s second biggest miner of gold behind South Africa and also the third largest producer of aluminum metal and Manganese . Cocoa is now the nation’s major foreign exchange earner and in the quarterly report of the Bank of Ghana, it is recorded that revenue from Cocoa in the first quarter of the year 2010 was $1.7 million. According to figures released by the Ghana Chamber of Mines, revenue from gold in 2010 was $2.611 billion; from diamond was $9.2 million and from bauxite was $13.9 million. A report of the Timber Industry Development Division (TIDD) states that the export of wood products for August 2010 alone was 12,506,030 Euros. In fact, I can go on and on to release revenues from these natural resources we are blessed with. However, despite the huge revenue from these resources, we are yet to see any major developments in the towns where these natural resources come from. Let us take a look at the mining towns in the country for example. Most of the infrastructures in Tarkwa, Obuasi, Prestea/Bogosso, Bibiani and the like are inaccessible. I sometimes wonder if these communities are really endowed with these precious metals. These mining communities are very much unlike other mining producing communities like Johannesburg in South Africa, Perth in Australia, Reno in the USA and Noranda City in Ontario, Canada, where you can actually see the riches and benefits of mining activities.
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