The Northern Regional Director of Education, Ghana, John Kwesi Hobenu has asked the government to resort to the use of advanced logistical and resource materials, to teach or train the country's future leaders.
It would be more appropriate if government will invest extensively in the training of its human resources, especially the youth, who were the future leaders, with advanced technological logistics. Under the new educational reform in the country, it is mandatory to learn Information Communication Technology as a subject. Schools are required to register candidates online for their Basic Education Certificate and West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examinations. This is will also add value to the nation's educational system, and build the youth to fit properly into the global world.
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