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An American Company, CivTek International Corporation is set to produce renewable energy at Oblieman, a community in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company, Thomas Young, hinted of plans to start the project first on a pilot basis and then later into a large scale production.
Briefing journalists on Friday, Young explained that the multimillion-dollar project would create direct and indirect jobs for the local people, especially the youth.
According to the CivTek Boss, his specialized company would go into various developmental projects in the area like road construction, housing among many other facilities.
He promised to make Ghana the hub where CivTek-Ghana would lead in infrastructure development in Africa.
“Ghana is where CivTek will lead the development of a Pan African Infrastructure plan necessary to build CivTek‘s objective for Africa of $20 trillion annual nominal GDP,” he stated.
“This will create thousands of permanent jobs and place Ghana as the leader of future African economic development,” Young added.
To this effect, the chief of Oblieman who doubles as the Acting Chief of Abola of GA State, Nii Anumle Oyanka, assured the investors that he and his people have lands for any developmental project that would create jobs for the people.
“We are ready to support such projects coming to us and more,” he stated.
CivTek is working with GA AMERI PLUS
Led by Nii Anumle Oyanka, Chief of the Oblieman, Acting Paramount Chief of Abola GA State and CivTek International Advisor for Ghana and Africa; delivering heavy civil infrastructure and social development works.
Source: Elikplim K. Awuyeh