The world is becoming more technologically advanced with each passing day and we in Ghana can not be left out of this wonderful and intriguing spectacle. Thus, new gadgets and devices are launched almost every month with more improvements. Devices such as tablets, mobile phones and all types of smart devices you can think of are now being used by Ghanaians. Ghana can be part of this exciting innovative world and also contribute her quota to making the world a technologically savvy one through her government and the big players in all aspects of the economy. The Government of Ghana through her Ministry of Science ,Technology and Innovation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Education should organize technology fairs and workshops at all levels of education so as to catch the innovative and technologically minded children at a very young age. The big players in industry could also pool their resources together and set up incubators for people who have innovative ideas in order to nurture those ideas to benefit both the whole society and these industries. These innovative ideas could be helpful in all sectors of the economy as they would go a long way to better the lives of the ordinary Ghanaian. Scholarship schemes could also be set up for students who are able to show any form of innovation so as to encourage them to make their ideas a reality. Our tertiary institutions particularly the universities could also tailor their curricula to make it more practical rather than theoretical. Students should be made to think outside the box thereby creating their own employment avenues upon completion of their tertiary education. The above suggestions would properly put Ghana on the technological map of the world if considered. For all you know a child with some wild innovative ideas somewhere in Ghana is just waiting to explode unto the world scene and his ideas might be the answer to a problem that has been with us since time immemorial. God bless Ghana my homeland and make it great and strong.