What we aim to achieve…
We aim to help take control of our image, as a people, and determine how our country and continent is represented.
If we are going to effectively achieve this, we must be able to design programmes and policies targeted at helping realise the Ghanaian and African aspiration of a developed nation and continent.
We undertake to design programmes directed at re-socialising the Ghanaian and African by utilising the 21st Century leading tool—information technology, to instil a sense of patriotism and inclusiveness in the citizenry.
We aspire to help build an industrialised society, to leapfrog into an information technology age so as to guarantee, the country and continent, economic and socio-economic development.
We aim to, at every point of our national lives, be in control of our image, of how we are perceived on the international stage and how we, as a people, perceive ourselves. We believe that as we work to develop our country and continent, our image must be updated to reflect our progress. Thus, we endeavour to change the narrative. Africa’s progress should be reflected in her image. We seek to break the misconceptions of the continent frozen in time. BSI seeks to lead a movement towards the advancement of our culture and values.