I want remain relevant to Ghana and Africa’s development – Prez Kufuor
Former President John Agyekum Kufuor has said he is committed to ensuring that he remains relevant to Ghana and Africa’s human development.
The former President made the remarks in an interview with Joy News after the J.A. Kufuor Foundation Lectures Friday.
According to him, he is confident the patronage of the Foundation would be an impetus for greater achievements.
“I’m so encouraged by the reception and I hope this is going to spare me and the foundation on to further programmes that will be truly relevant to developing not only Ghana but help develop Africa,” Former President Kufuor noted.
He said he wants “to remain relevant to the development of the society, bring added quality to humanity.”
The J.A. Kufuor Foundation which was launched in September 2011 aims at advocating and promoting leadership and democratic governance in Africa.
It provides a platform for African states to build stable democracies while promoting the common good of their citizens.
Nigeria’s Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Dr Ngozi Iweala Okonjo delivered the key note address on the topic, What Africa must do to own the 21st Century.