Ambulances in Ghana would be managed digitally in 2020
The Vice President of Ghana, Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia said the ambulances which are waiting at the forecourt of the State House for the President to shared will be managed digitally.
“On January 6, 2020, the President will hand over the ambulances to 275 constituencies. We will manage the ambulances digitally. So sitting in Accra we will know where which ambulance is going so we can supervise and manage them well,” he said in his address at the delegates conference of the party.
Jbklutse.com believes using GPS trackers and well-designed map the nation would effectively monitor its ambulances.
This shows the African nation’s effort in making good use of technology to facilitate the movement of ambulances and ensures efficiency in its operations.
The Vice President also encouraged the use of paperless technology in the everyday activities of people in the country.
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