BRITISH HIGH COMMISSIONER HOSTS GUBA GHANA PRESS LAUNCH

The British High Commissioner to Ghana, H.E Iain Walker, hosted the GUBA Conference and Awards Press Launch in Accra on Thursday the 7th of June 2018.

Held at the British High Commissioner’s residence in Accra, the launch commenced with a dinner and discussion hosted by H.E Iain Walker, for a selection of business executives and government officials. In his welcome address, he stressed the significance of the UK-Ghana relationship, adding:

The purpose for this is the network of connecting people together, and GUBA does that fantastically. It is very difficult for us to achieve anything but, together with a network of people working with each other, we can achieve something and GUBA is a great representation of that. We often make a choice and the choice is that we should try and make Ghana and UK relationship stronger and a manifestation of that through GUBA, is something that I very warmly welcome – H.E Ian Walker

The launch begun with prayer from Rev Kingsley Appiagyei, Senior Pastor of the Trinity Baptist Church, followed by a ministration and performances from a variety of artists.

Hon Catherine Afeku, Minister of Tourism, officially launched the GUBA Conference and Awards 2018, adding “it is great to observe the success of Ghanaian women like Dentaa who are diligently working to build Ghana”

In her closing speech, CEO of GUBA Enterprise, Mrs Dentaa Amoateng MBE, emphasised on the importance of cohesion within our community.

“It is our strong belief that to have a Ghana that exceeds our expectations, we have to harness and combine the resources of the diaspora with that of Ghana based citizens. Together, we can effectively improve the socio-economic status of our country. I urge you all to play your role in this movement and to put the advancement of Ghana at the forefront of your proceedings. At GUBA, we work to play our part in this journey, and will continue to do so. – she adds

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