Ghanaian UK-based oil and real estate istrator, Lord Ibrahim Sani is back to his homeland in a move to explore the business and investment sector of Ghana’s economy.
Having been a business mogul in the United Kingdom with properties in Dubai, UK, and other countries to his name, Sani is under needful compulsion to relocate his roots and become a contributor to the development of the “Gold Coast.”
Sani, who is usually called Lord Ibrahim, will be meeting with Ghana-based foreign ambassadors, as well as government representatives and other business owners to discuss how he could pull his resources to bolster SMEs and the private sector.
Sani lived the early years of his life in Nima, a local slum in the Ghanaian capital city of Accra, giving him a solid vantage point from which he can now determine the significant impact of investing and job creation to turn the corner and meliorate the business environment for both SMEs and investors. He seeks to liaise with both private and public sector companies in the Ghanaian landscape.
According to Sani, there are a variety of difficulties hampering the ease of doing business in Ghana, but by pooling all resources and ideas to leverage existing and newly-sprung business opportunities to drive growth, the overall economy of the country can be improved. He as well expressed his excitement to be back home to be part of the big goal achievement.
Ibrahim Sani was previously honored with his Lordship title by the Queen of England – a conferment to a British national who owns numerous portions of land at the Queens Manor Estate, also with properties in the United Kingdom.
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