Amazon is coming to Ghana As Finance Minister Assures As GIPC Works To Ensure Reality

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Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta has guaranteed the country that the Ghana Investment Promotion Center (GIPC) is attempting to guarantee that Amazon.com builds up its administrative center in Ghana similarly as Twitter has done.

This, he said, structures one of the ways the Akufo-Addo government is fixing the test of youth joblessness in Ghana.

Mr Ofori Atta said this at a public interview in Accra on Sunday May 9.

“GIPC attempting to draw in Amazon to Ghana,” he said among others.

Amazon.com, Inc. is an American global innovation organization situated in Seattle, Washington, which centers around online business, distributed computing, advanced streaming, and man-made consciousness. It is one of the Big Five organizations in the U.S. data innovation industry, alongside Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Facebook.

The organization has been alluded to as “perhaps the most compelling financial and social powers on the planet”, just as the world’s most significant brand.

Jeff Bezos established Amazon from his carport in Bellevue, Washington, on July 5, 1994.

Mr. Ofori Atta further praised the convener of the FixTheCountry Movement saying the government will scape up its endeavors at changing the country.

He said “In unprecedented occasions, you ought to anticipate extraordinary initiative from your organization, government and really accept we can’t guarantee excellent administration without the aggregate endeavors from us all.

“So I compliment the adolescent for approaching government and pioneers to be at their best. This shows the energy of Ghanaian youth, repeating the president’s call to be a resident and not an onlooker.

“You have chosen us to take care of the issues that face us as a country, we will keep on working with you and different partners to do precisely that.”

A couple of days after the declaration of expansion in fuel costs with went with tax, Ghanaians took to Twitter to communicate their dismay against the difficulty in the country with the hash label #FIXTHECOUNTRYNOW.

The primary concerns related to the hashtag incorporate, helpless sterilization, deficient positions, tax builds, fuel costs increments, shaky force supply, helpless streets, and so on

With more than 20,000 tweets, it seems another segment of Ghanaians is restricting the hashtag with another one, #NANAISFIXINGIT which has more than 5,000 tweets.

While the hash label #FIXTHECOUNTRYNOW is featuring the difficulties looked at by the country, the hash label #NANAISFIXINGIT is supporting the current government by demonstrating a portion of the work done by the government.