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Oppong Nkrumah writes: Let’s build strong framework to benefit from foreign direct investment

Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has called for a collective effort to build a strong and resilient framework that will be able to integrate the capital and skills sought from foreign investors in a manner that will  create immense benefits for the country.

The minister made this call after participating in the Ghana Investment Summit which took place in the United Kingdom last week. At the event, President Akufo-Addo and some senior officials of his government sold Ghana to European and America investors as a very viable investment hub in Africa.

The Member of Parliament for Ofoase Ayirebi in the Eastern Region commended Ghana’s High Commissioner to the UK, Papa Owusu Ankomah and his team for their continuous effort in projecting Ghana to investors as a feasible investment destination.

Due to their tireless effort, the minister recorded that ” interest in investing in Ghana continues to rise.”

In view of this heightened interest of foreign investors, the Minister believes it is time for a robust onboarding program that will create mutual benefits for Ghana and prospective investors.

“While we have sold Ghana well, we more importantly need to build a robust onboarding program for prospective investors. The jobs, incomes and improvements in quality of life that will follow, will be for our collective benefit. The story of Africa in this decade has to be one of increased productivity. We welcome the capital and skills from all over the world. But we should be clear in securing an enabling framework within which these investments can help OUR Agenda,” portions of the post read.

Read the full post below:

In the past week, I had the honour of participating in the Ghana Investment Summit in the UK. High Commissioner Papa Owusu Ankomah and his team are doing a great job re-igniting the Ghana flame out there.
Interest in investing in Ghana continues to rise.

While we have sold Ghana well, we more importantly need to build a robust onboarding program for prospective investors. The jobs, incomes and improvements in quality of life that will follow, will be for our collective benefit.

The story of Africa in this decade has to be one of increased productivity. We welcome the capital and skills from all over the world. But we should be clear in securing an enabling framework within which these investments can help OUR Agenda.

Congratulations Ghana.

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Source: ABCNewsgh.com

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