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Thursday, 23 August 2018

Change Your Taste For Foreign Products – AGI Tells Ghanaians

Kwesi Nyamekye
The Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) has lamented the rate at which Ghanaians patronise foreign products.

Addressing a press conference (which was monitored by the News Hunter Magazine) in Sunyani, capital of the Brong Ahafo region, the Vice Chairman for the Ashanti/Brong Ahafo regional branch of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), Kwesi Nyamekye stressed that it is time for Ghanaians to change their strong taste and perception about foreign products.

“Ghanaians should change their perception about foreign products. Let’s have a strong taste...and patronise made in Ghana products. Most of the locally manufactured products are very quality if you compare them to the foreign ones,” he asserted.

Mr Kwesi Nyamekye averred that the Association will do whatever it can to help promote made in Ghana products.

He revealed that the 2018 edition of the Industry and Technology Fair (INDUTECH) will be hosted by the Ashanti/Brong Ahafo regional branch of the association—which will be held at the Heroes Park located at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi.

Activities for the Trade Fair (2018 INDUTECH) will start from October 24 to October 28, 2018.

Mr Nyamekye called on all business owners to partake and exhibit their products.
He assured that security at the venue will be very tight.

According to him, this year’s trade fair themed: “Accelerating industry growth in Ghana, exhibiting what we have” is being partnered by the Ministry of Trade and Industries and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

The Ashanti/Brong Ahafo AGI Vice Chairman appealed to corporate society to partner/sponsor the association to have a successful event.

He emphasised that their doors are always open for others who have an interest in partnering with them—as they aim at promoting made in Ghana products and advocating for the growth of Ghanaian businesses and industries.

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