Oti Boateng calls for new development model

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“So we need a multi-dimensional model which cuts across all the society and recognises the interdependencies, which have all been outlined in my new model of development ,” he said.  Religious concensus

Daasebre Oti Boateng, who survived the 2010 Chile earthquake, started developing the model as a disaster response system for Ghana, which he fleshed out into a fully-fledged development model for the country.

Daasebre and his elders have started building consensus around the model by visiting churches and mosques within the New Juaben area to sensitise them to it and also declare 21 days prayer for the model, while asking for guidance on its implementation and eventual success. Political buy in

The eminent traditional ruler said since he was above partisan politics, he would use his unifying clout to build political consensus around the model for it to be embraced for implementation in the country since it was the panacea for the country’s growth and development. 

Daasebre Oti Boateng bemoaned the high degree of corruption tendencies in the country, saying “leadership should not be actualised by avaricious tendencies.”

The President of IFEJ, Mr Lloyd Evans, who led the journalists to pay the courtesy call, said the institute was formed with the support of the World Bank to deepen economic and business reporting in the country.

He said to continue with tradition, IFEJ had set out to train young and exuberant journalists in business and financial reporting, as well as the extractive industry to equip them to be better watchdogs of the country’s natural resources.

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