According to him, the continent’s many challenges will be resolved if African leaders learn to devise internal measures to address
“… To construct a better path for the nation. Even more importantly is for us to position our nation’s economies on path of self-sustaining growth,” he added.
He further stressed the need for African countries to create independent systems to harness their human and material resources to build the nations without aid.
According to the President, governments on the continent must look at ways to address the challenges confronting the agricultural sector.
Touching on challenges facing Ghana, the President said the private sector has suffered major deficits, such as poor access to credit, high interest rates, erratic power supply and an unfriendly business climate.