Students Must Be Encouraged To Participate In Upcoming Trade Fair – Gospel Musician

Emela Arthur & Akumaa Mama Zimbi

The Made in Ghana Campaign Ambassador, Emelia Arthur is appealing to Heads of the Basic, Second cycle and tertiary institutions across the country to encourage their students to participate in the upcoming 22nd Ghana International Trade Fair in Accra.

She is, however, appealing to lecturers, in general, to educate students on daily basis about the need to appreciate and patronize products manufactured in Ghana.

The Fair will be opened to the general public on 28th February 2018 for business transactions and will be closed on the 7th March 2018. The 22nd Ghana International Trade Fair will offer the opportunity for exhibitors to introduce their brands and products to emerging and existing companies.

It will also provide a platform for local and international companies to interact and network to form lasting partnerships. This year’s fair will be extraordinary based on the activities laid down by the current administration headed by Dr. Agnes Adu, Chief Executive Officer for the Ghana Trade Fair Company.

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