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Investors urge to exploit business potentials in the northern region


Investors have been urged to capitalize on a fast growing City in West Africa, the Northern regional capital of Tamale. 
Business sector operators say the fastest developing nature of the metropolis coupled with peaceful, hospitable nature and the vast arable land in the region is enough reason for investors to exploit with confidence.
Speaking at the first ever Northern Ghana Investment Conference in Tamale, the Chief Executive Officer of RidMut Consult, Mutawakil Riyad underscored the need for business oriented people to harness the numerous natural and human resources in northern Ghana.
Northern Ghana, Mr. Riyad said abounds with many business opportunities and if harness, could leverage the people from poverty and deprivation.
He said the people of the northern Ghana are hard working people, full of unexploited talents, hence the need for the conference.
Mr Riyad emphasized the important contribution of the people in the region to Ghana’s economy and urged people in the region not to relent in their efforts towards the development of the country.
The 2012 investment conference, an initiative of RidMut Consult was themed ’’discovering the resource potential of northern Ghana to attract investment for economic growth and accelerated development’’. 
The conference according to RidMut C.E.O was to bring together influential speakers in northern Ghana from outstanding organizations to help address current industrial challenges on how to create an enabling environment for sustainable business growth.
It was also to discuss investment programmes needed to support Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs) in order to promote growth and investment, upgrade as well as upscale SMEs to reach regional and export markets.
This, he said will serve as a unique platform to achieving the Savannah Accelerated Development Authority programme (SADA), a programme aimed at transforming northern part of Ghana in the area of agriculture, industrialization, economic and social infrastructure.

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