1D1F: Akufo-Addo commissions KEDA (GH) Ceramics Company in W/R
President Akufo-Addo has disclosed that KEDA (Ghana) Ceramics Company Ltd under his 1D1F flagship programme has already generated a total of 5000 jobs after producing 150, 000 square meters per day.
According to him, the book runners of the company should leverage on the African Continental Free Trade Area being hosted in Accra, to expand horizons to the whole of Africa.
Speaking at the commissing of Phase III and sod cutting of phase IV of KEDA (Ghana) Ceramics Company Ltd, a subsidiary of Twyford in Shama, President Akufo-Addo said ” I’m confident that KEDA will spread its tatanticles to the entire African Continent with Ghana hostibg AFCFTA in Accra”.
He stated that “We shall do everything to justify why you established this company in Ghana”.
Meanwhile, Trade and Industry Minister Alan John Kwadwo Kyerematen in a speech read on his behalf of his Deputy Michael Okyere Baafi says apart from already 5000 created jobs, the company is projected absorb a lot more unemployed youth in the Western Region in the near future whilst handing over technical positions to local staff in line with the agenda of the book runners”.
Phase 3 KEDA Ceramics Factory
In Shama, the President commissioned Phase 3 of the KEDA Ceramics Ghana Company Ltd started in September 2019, and was completed in June this year.
Below are exclusive pictures from the commissioning and sod cutting ceremony:
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