Mr. Tito Alai, Director for Communication and Events of the Africa Export and Import Bank (AfreExim Bank) has disclosed that Ghana will host the bank’s 30th Annual General Meeting in Accra.
Mr. Tito Alai made this known when he led a delegation from the Africa Export and Import Bank and paid a courtesy call on a Deputy Minister for Finance, John Kumah.
He used the occasion to officially inform the Ministry of the Bank’s decision to have Ghana host its 30th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Accra from 19th to 25th June, 2023.
Mr. Tito Alai, the leader of the delegation noted that like Ghana, the Bank has been promoting the integration of African economies for the total liberation of Africa, adding that they could not have chosen a better place than Accra where the liberation story for Sub-Saharan Africa began.
The Director for Communication and Events of noted further that, deliberations on the upcoming Annual General Meetings would continue earnestly in the coming months and commended the local team for taking them on a tour of the hosting facilities and expressed their joy at the facilities.
Mr. John Kumah, in welcoming the delegation on behalf of the Minister, commended the Bank’s commitment to African values and Pan-Africanism, noting that these values are ingrained in Ghanaians.
The Deputy Minister added that the time is ripe for Africa to harness its collective resources for the growth and prosperity of its citizens. He averred it is highly commendable for the Bank to represent what the continent stands for.
Mr. John Kumah stressed that Ghana’s desire has always been for Africa to have a common front on economic and political issues to give Africa solid bargaining power, adding, “we can do better when we harness our collective efforts in all fields”.