KON urges stronger government-citizen collaboration

The Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has called for an increased collaboration between government and the citizenry to drive the nation towards progress and prosperity.

Speaking to students and faculty of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, the Minister stressed the need for increased engagement between academia, industry, and government to ensure that education and training align with the evolving needs of the country.

“Dear graduates, as you step into the world beyond these walls, I urge you to embrace the power of synergy. Collaborate with industry, engage with government, and continue to seek knowledge and personal growth.
“Remember that your success is not achieved in isolation, but through collective effort and collaboration. May your journey ahead be filled with success, fulfilment, and a steadfast commitment to building synergies for the betterment of yourselves, and our society at large,” he said.

The Information Minister further highlighted the importance of implementing policies aimed at promoting equal opportunities for all.

He stressed that such policies are essential in building a more inclusive and equitable society where everyone can contribute to and benefit from the country’s growth and development.


Mr Oppong Nkrumah gave the assurance that government is committed to championing interventions that create a level playing field for all citizens.

The goal, he said, is to enable every individual, regardless of their background, to pursue their aspirations and make meaningful contributions to the nation’s development.

He said by doing so, government seeks to remove barriers and provide equal opportunities for everyone in Ghana, ensuring that no one is left behind.

The Minister, therefore, emphasised the role of active citizen participation in the governance architecture of the country.

He encouraged Ghanaians to provide valuable input and timely feedback to government in shaping effective policies that address the nation’s needs and aspirations.

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