The ICT module under the GYEEDA has seen approximately 50,000 youths trained in Ghana. Ntutumu said this model will be implemented in Equatorial Guinea in an attempt to curb unemployment.
This materialised after Ntutumu paid a working visit to Ghana’s Rlg Communications Limited in Accra and liaised with staff. He said that his country could learn a lot from Ghana, especially in terms of economic development and governance.
Ntutumu praised the Rlg Communications’ efforts towards economic emancipation of the sub-region. It was then suggested that Equatorial Guinea’s government may enter into talks with Ghana’s Rlg Communications to discuss the exportation technology and ICT training modules into Equatorial Guinea.