- Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has paid a visit to the state of the art National Information Contact Centre (NICC)
- The centre, which has been in operation since the start of April, is located at the Accra Digital Centre
- Bawumia had the privilege to respond to a call from Eno Mary who lives around Bawjiase
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YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of the vice-president Dr Mahamadu Bawumia when he paid a visit to the state of the art National Information Contact Centre (NICC).
The centre, which has been in operation since the start of April 2020, is located at the Accra Digital Centre.
Bawumia said he had the privilege to respond to a call from Eno Mary who lives around the Bawjiase road in Kasoa.
She complained about water shortages in her area. "I have accordingly informed the Ghana water Company to attend to her concern. The NICC can be reached by dialing 311", Dr. Bawumia wrote, indicating that it was how he addressed her concern.
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His visit to the call centre has generated a lot of comments from Ghanaians
@ Megida Saaka Sanusi Selasi simply said: Excellent and great experience and we love you
@Baligi Augustine openly showered praises on Bawumia: The brainy doctor, the digital doctor, the economics doctor, you're too much your excellency.
@Bra Sammy asked for God's blessing for him: God Bless You my Vice President
@Nelly Brown said NPP has good plans for Ghana: "It was nice to watch. I watched it live. Truely NPP has good plans for GH"
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In other news, the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) has granted a product certification for the solar-powered automated hand-washing machine invented by a Ghanaian to encourage safe hand-washing practices.
A news report by Graphic.com.gh indicates that the certificate was presented to the young Ghanaian inventor, Richard Kwarteng, by the Director-General of the GSA, Professor Alex Dodoo.
According to Professor Alex Dodoo, during the presentation on Wednesday, March 15, 2020, the product had been tested for its safety and efficiency and that it was ready for mass production.
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