Cyril Kekeli Amevor, TEIN HTU President, Advocates for 24-Hour Economy in Support of H.E. John Mahama’s Vision

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Cyril Kekeli Amevor, President of the Tertiary Education Institutions Network (TEIN) at Ho Technical University (HTU), has voiced his support for His Excellency John Dramani Mahama’s visionary policy of implementing a 24-hour economy with a three-shift system.

In a recent statement, Amevor praised the forward-thinking nature of President Mahama’s initiative, emphasizing the potential economic and social benefits that could stem from a round-the-clock operational model. Amevor sees this policy as a catalyst for increased productivity, job creation, and a more dynamic and responsive society.

“The concept of a 24-hour economy with three shifts has the potential to revolutionize our economic landscape. It not only opens up new opportunities for businesses but also creates a more inclusive and flexible work environment,” remarked Amevor.

H.E Cyril Kekeli Amevor, HTU TEIN President.

Amevor highlighted the positive impact on employment, noting that a three-shift system can lead to a substantial increase in job opportunities. This, he believes, would contribute significantly to reducing unemployment rates, especially among the youth, and stimulate economic growth.

The TEIN HTU President also emphasized the importance of strategic planning and infrastructure development to ensure the smooth implementation of this policy. He suggested that collaboration between the government, private sector, and educational institutions would be crucial in providing the necessary training and support to prepare the workforce for the demands of a 24-hour economy.

Amevor acknowledged the potential challenges associated with such a shift but expressed confidence that with careful planning and stakeholder involvement, Ghana could successfully transition to a more dynamic and resilient economic model.

In supporting H.E. John Mahama’s vision, Amevor highlighted the need for ongoing dialogue and engagement to address concerns and garner widespread support for this transformative policy. He urged stakeholders to work together to create an environment where businesses can thrive, individuals can find meaningful employment, and the economy can flourish.

As TEIN HTU stands behind President Mahama’s call for a 24-hour economy, Cyril Kekeli Amevor remains committed to advocating for policies that not only enhance educational opportunities but also contribute to the overall development and prosperity of Ghana.

In conclusion, Amevor’s endorsement of the 24-hour economy policy reflects a commitment to embracing innovative approaches to economic development. As discussions progress, the collaborative efforts of leaders like Amevor will play a crucial role in shaping the successful implementation of this ambitious vision for Ghana’s future.

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