Ghana will not frustrate Nigerian businesses – Haruna Iddrisu

The Minister of Communi­cations, Mr, Haruna Iddrisu, has reiterated that the government has no reasons to sabotage Nigerian businesses from operating in the country.

He was reacting to a report that the government was preventing Nigerian businessmen and women from operating in the country when he addressed an awards night, dubbed; “Medase” which was organised by Technology Distribu­tions Limited (TD), an information technology firm in Accra. The cer­emony was in recognition and appreciation of some partner com­panies in the development of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in the country.

He said the government would continue to provide an enabling environment for all business opera­tions in the country, adding that it was also committed to partnering the private sector in the development of the ICT industry.

“The country is happy to deepen the co-existence between Ghana and its Nigerian counterparts,” he said. The minister said the country would establish a strategic intelligence ICT centre that would be the hub of information in the country.

He said an e-school project would be launched for schools nationwide. He congratulated the award winners on their achieve­ment and asked them to continue to uphold the competence in the ICT sector.

Source: GNA

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