The Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has said that, the ruling New Patriotic Party government will afford Okada riders the opportunity to least-to-own vehicles if they chooses to but not to legalize its operations.
Dr. Bawumia speaking during a joint launch of strategic collaboration between Volkswagen and BlackIvy for production of affordable homes and cars, He said, the issuance of national identity cards along with the implementation of the digital property address system, as well as the mobile money interoperability.
Adding that, including the universal QR Code will allow for the development of a credit system with credit reference agencies to the Okada least-to-own possible.
To Dr. Bawumia, every life matters, to that end, the government will continue to ensure that safe, affordable means of transportation and livelihood are provided for every Ghanaian.
by Muftaw Iddrisu | Talks Africa Media