Former president of Ghana John Mahama says if Africa is going to compete in the 21st century global economy

Former president of Ghana John Mahama says if Africa is going to compete in the 21st century global economy it is important that it gets the education of its people right. He was speaking at a business forum hosted by the African Presidential leadership Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa. The forum was attended by five former African heads of states including Zambia's Rupia Banda, Tanzania's Jakaya Kikwete and Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan amongst others. It sought to advance the conversation around Africa's educational challenges. More from former Ghanain president John Mahama.
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