News Politics Nii Arde Nkpa Family Lauds Akufo-Addo … Over Massive Industrialization Drive By admin Posted on December 12, 2018 4 min read 0 0 500 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The Nii Arde Nkpa Family has lauded the President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, for creating an enabling environment for investors to do business in Ghana. According to the family, the massive industrialization projects that are ongoing in the country is a clear manifestation of the confidence investors have in the country as a result of good leadership of Akufo-Addo. The head of the family, Daniel Nii Arde Tagoe who made this observation on behalf of the family when the President commissioned Sunda Ghana Limited, largest baby diaper manufacturing company in the sub-sahara Africa, last Thursday, said the President deserves commendation given the massive support he is giving to industry to grow. “Your government’s policy of ‘one district, one factory’ encourages investors to set up a factory in every district of Ghana which is what the Chinese government did about 40 years ago and it has industrialized China into one of the world’s biggest economies.”According to Daniel Nii Arde Tagoe, industrialization remains the main driving force behind every growing economy all over the world today and that the Akufo-Addo-led administration’s efforts in making sure that industry grows should be commended. He said since government is putting Ghana on the industrialization drive, and wooing more partners into the rural industrialization development project, stakeholders in the area must endeavour to ensure government succeeds. The new baby diapers manufacturing factory at Bortianor in the Greater Accra Region is an expansion drive of a private Chinese company, Sunda International in Ghana to take advantage of the government’s One-District, One-Factory industrialization policy. The company, which has operated in Ghana for over a decade has invested in different factories including hygiene products, building materials and hardware and many more. Sunda re-export their products from Ghana to other West African countries. The President who cut the sod to officially begin operations of the new factory praised the investors for having confidence in the Ghanaian economy and the rural industrialisation policy of his government. He said the expansion drive in opening up different manufacturing plants in different parts of Ghana shows the confidence the Chinese investors have in the Ghanaian economy and the profitability of their local manufacturing business.