Anyidoho Makes Solid Case For Ghana @ CAPP African Economic Forum
The National Democratic Congress (NDC), led by its Deputy General Secretary, Koku Anyidoho, has made a solid case for Ghana’s growth potential and solid appetite for rapid expansion in the country’s industrialization drive, at the on-going 2018 Council of African Political Parties (CAPP) African Economic Forum, in Tunis.
Speaking at the Forum in his capacity as a Vice President of CAPP, and also as the President of CAPP in West Africa, Koku Anyidoho has been making the point that, Ghana is fast-moving in the direction of settling up agro processing factories to stem the perennial tide of post-harvest loses as well as the vital need to create sustainable jobs in Ghana’s Agric sector for both farmers and the teeming unemployed hands.
Following the social democracy philosophy of the NDC in spreading development to all parts of the country, and also in line with looking at the broader picture of national development, the NDC Deputy General Secretary minced no words in drawing attention to the quick-need for small scale industries to spring up in Ghana, and is taking full advantage of the heavily attended Forum to fly high the growth potential of Ghana.
Also attending the Economic Forum, is, Sidii Abubakar Mousah, the National Youth Organiser of the NDC, who is a member of the Steering Committee of CAPP.