According to Chief Executive Officer Kwadwo Baah Agyemang of the Accra Digital Centers, around fifteen thousand (15,000) employment have been produced there.
He claims that the startups in the digital eco-system have been able to quickly create more jobs thanks to their low discount rate.
On Wednesday, Mr. Agyemang made the remark in an interview with Ekosii Sen on Asempa FM.
He stated that 10,000 young people have been trained so far in various digital training programs by the innovation center, which includes the mlab and ihub, which was established by the Ministry of Communications with assistance from the World Bank.
According to the CEO of Accra Digital Center, they concentrate on businesses that offer IT solutions for the agriculture, education, and health sectors.
This initiative, supported by Ursula Owusu-Ekuful, Minister of Communications and Digitalization, aims to ensuring that these significant sectors are digitalized.
Mr. Agyemang believes that by encouraging graduates to explore the digital world, Ghana’s unemployment problem can be resolved.
He claimed that the Ghana Digital Centers offer training chances for young people to advance their digital literacy.
“We have a solution for the nation’s unemployment; all you have to do is enter the digital world. He told the young man, “You can be your own boss and make billions of dollars.