President Akufo-Addo Launches "One District One Factory" At Ekumfi to employ over 5000 Ghanaians.
Report reaching GhanaPa.com indicates that, President Akufo-Addo will launch his  first "One-District-One-Factory" at Ekumfi, Central Region.

One District One Factory Launched at Ekumfi to employ 5000 Ghanaians

Ekumfi gets set for launch of 'One District One Factory' project.

One District One Factory,  Ekumfi pineapple factory to employ over 5000 people.

According to GhanaPa.com analyst, this one the fulfillment of President Akufo-Addo solemn promises he made to Ghanaians during 2016 election campaign.

Watch One District One Factory Launched at Ekumfi Video Below:

Policy that will move Ghana forward for employment but also a social intervention plan to provide feeding for the ordinary Ghanaian, Such as driver, farmers, loaders, goods protectors, packaging, marketers, administrator etc.

The One District One Factory Launched at Ekumfi, when implemented will create the environment conducive for each local government areas to own factories relative to their well-endowed resources and capacity to provide jobs and wealth for the country.

The launch will include a sod-cutting to begin the construction of the Ekumfi Fruit Processing Company factory which will process pineapples for the local and international market.

Currently the company cultivates the fruit and seeks to expand its operations into processing.

“The introduction of the policy has motivated us to speed up and implement our plans of processing the fruits into various other products” that’s according to the Managing Director of the company, Daniel Kwarteng.

The program starts with a formal visit by the President to the farm site of the company.

This will be followed by a review of the exhibition highlighting some of the various opportunities available in the districts across the country.

The launch will be climaxed with a durbar to be addressed by the President and some invited guests.

This will be followed by a sod-cutting ceremony by the President assisted by the Ekumfihene, at the factory grounds.

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