No idea yet. Alot of info on these projects stay within the board room. And this are things that are suppose to be brought out. To brand and project Ghana as the next destination and a hub for tourism, real Estate and businessHi @rockymartey thanks for the info. So are there any development timelines? Any special or specific policy or directives for resettlement or relocation of existing settlers? Some pointers will be appreciated.
My fears exactly... just close-circuited ideas. When, oh when....Ghana?!?!No idea yet. Alot of info on these projects stay within the board room. And this are things that are suppose to be brought out. To brand and project Ghana as the next destination and a hub for tourism, real Estate and business
I was watching on Youtube a production by Nana Kwame Bediako on how he got the 2000 acres for his Petronia Project. He talked about having to sit with dozens of families and chiefs before sealing a deal. Now as a Ghanaian, Nana Kwame Bediako would have needed some astute negotiation skills to achieve that, and perhaps because the site is in a far away area, the cost wouldn't be obvious to the chiefs. Imagine that a foreign investor would want to do similar, how do they go about it? Even let's say they've got a Ghanaian partner, the mere fact that chiefs will not look at development as an opportunity for their people, but rather want to see it as a means to instantly become rich, they loose such opportunities so easily.Won't it be wonderful if this gets built eventually? But our chiefs, our chiefs oh mother Ghana when will you be free from obstacles to your progress? Chiefs occupy positions of influence and can put politicians on their toes but... nothing!