Deputy Agric Minister leads delegation to Nebraska for the Agrihouse-GhaNeb LLC Agric, Trade & Investment Program


Agrihouse Foundation and Nebraska-based GhaNeb LLC have confirmed that the Deputy Minister (Crop), of the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Hon. Yaw Frimpong Addo, will be leading the Ghana delegation, to attend its 1st Nebraska-Ghana Trade and Investment event, and also participating in one of the major agricultural events in the world, the Husker Harvest Days.



Twenty-two Government and Private Businesses are participating in the 5-day program, which is expected to create long-term Business Linkages and Trade opportunities where economic, practical measures and investment strategies will be discussed and explored, in the interest of both parties.



Supporting the organization of the event include the Nebraska Department of Economic Development, Grand Island Chamber of Commerce, Sandhill Global, RWH Energy, EZ Politix, and Certified Piedmontese.



Already confirmed to attend this program being, organized by GhaNeb LLC and Agrihouse Foundation, are representatives from the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, AMG Fertilizers, Collinmon Investment, Fidelity Bank, SAPIP, Cudjoe Abimash Farms, A.N. O. Enterprise and Interplast.



The rest are AgriPower, Elsiyne Enterprise, Ghana Federation of Livestock Inter-Professional (GHAFLIP), Enepa, Nature-Feast Farms LLC, and T & C Farms.



Giving a background to the event, the Executive Director of Agrihouse Foundation, Ms. Alberta Nana Akyaa Akosa, said the event, expected to be an annual one, would help Ghana and Nebraska to build on, and further strengthen business ties, which began in 2022, when Senators Julie Slama, Andrew Le Grone and Ken Schilz were in Ghana.



During their stay in Ghana, Agrihouse Foundation facilitated a Government and Private business stakeholders’ meeting in both Greater Accra and the Northern Region, as well as farm tours.



The program will equally present the opportunity for the Ghana Delegation to meet leaders in the Agriculture world and will also offer them, a valuable occasion to tap into a wide range of opportunities to gain new knowledge, exploit investment options, and widen their networks for sustainable business collaborations and expansions.



Activities for the 5-day event include a Welcome Networking Reception, Breakout Tours, Roundtable meetings, and B2B Matchmaking sessions.



The delegation will also have the opportunity to visit farms, processing facilities, and implement dealers.



Former State Senator Schilz and Mr. Kofi Amoabin, both of Nebraska-based GhaNeb LLC, mentioned their excitement, about working with Agrihouse Foundation, to facilitate opportunities, between Ghana and Nebraska.



We are confident, that, this first edition will yield great results.



We have positioned ourselves, to support and strengthen businesses and relationships, that will be established from here. The Statement concluded.



Source: Ghana Web