Ghana’s Excessive Commissioner to the UK, Papa Owusu-Ankomah, had hosted a breakfast assembly in London for a bit of Enterprise and monetary sector leaders with pursuits in Ghana.
In his opening remarks, Papa Owusu Ankomah did acknowledge the troublesome instances that Ghana presently finds itself in, however was fast so as to add that “the troublesome instances is what makes it much more necessary to name to your inputs and concepts as captains of trade to allow me make suggestions to the related authorities in Accra.
In the course of the open and frank discussions, Dr Theo Acheampong, an economist suggested the federal government to be prudent with its spending as Ghana prepares to enter the 2024 elections saying “Spending in election years have all the time been the issue in relation to fiscal coverage in Ghana and 2024 have to be an exception”
The aim of the assembly was to interact the enterprise leaders in frank discussions in regards to the Ghanaian financial system and enterprise surroundings and for options to be steered to the suitable authorities in Ghana. Enterprise and monetary sector leaders current on the breakfast assembly included Mr Peter Akwaboah, a Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, Lucy Quist, Managing Director additionally of Morgann Stanley, Hakim Abdul, of UK Funding Financial institution, CitiBAnk, Mr Theo Acheampong, a UK-based Ghanaian Economist, Madhan Srinivasan, Managing Director of Tullow oil PLC amongst different friends. The Assembly is the primary within the collection of enterprise breakfast conferences aimed toward getting the Excessive Commissioner to interact the UK enterprise group on the way in which ahead for the Ghanaian financial system.
Supply: Peacefmonline com
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