The vice president of Ghana, Dr Muhamadu Bawumia has joined the National Council of Fulani Chiefs for its maiden national conference in Kintampo to discuss developmental issues, particularly those related to Fulani communities in Ghana.
He stated that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government under the leadership of Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is always ready to partner traditional leaders to bring development to every community.
“Our commitment to building an inclusive society has been manifested through policies such as the Zongo Development Fund, Free SHS, Planting For Food and Jobs, National Identity Cards, Infrastructure for Poverty Eradication, One District One Factory, one constituency one ambulance, jobs among others”-he said.
“We are therefore building an inclusive society by action on the ground and not by words” – he added.
He used the opportunity to inform the gathering of the NPP’s manifesto promise to build a model senior high school in Zongo communities in each of the sixteen (16) regions in Ghana.
“Ultimately, education is the key to the prosperity and development of our nation” – he opined.
He admonished the youth not to allow themselves to be used by politicians to undertake violent activities during the upcoming elections.