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‘Infrastructure Investment Pivotal in Driving Africa’s Prosperity’ – Otchere Darko

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Report By: Ishmael Barfi


According to the Founder and Executive Chairman of the Africa Prosperity Network (APN), Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko,  infrastructure investment is pivotal in driving Africa’s prosperity.

For him, there is a need for African leaders to make strategic decisions to unlock Africa’s socio-economic growth.

Speaking at the official launch of the third edition of the Africa Prosperity Dialogues (APD) in Accra on Monday (13 May), Mr. Otchere-Darko indicated that, “Investing in infrastructure now is crucial for unleashing Africa’s potential.”

Cross Section of Dignitaries at the Launch

The launch of the third edition of the African Prosperity Dialogues (APD) called on Ghana and other African countries to prioritize investment in critical infrastructure needed to facilitate intra-African trade.
Cross Section of Dignitaries at the Launch

Mr. Otchere Darko further remarked “ I am envisioning the continent’s trajectory over the next two decades if such decisions are made wisely”

However, he pointed out that despite Africa’s vast potential, its infrastructure deficit remains a significant obstacle.
For the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to succeed he emphasized it hinges on key enablers such as energy, water, research and development, ICT, transport and logistics, and the digital economy.

The upcoming 2025 edition of the APD will be co-organized by the Africa Prosperity Network (APN) in collaboration with the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Secretariat and the Office of the President.

Gabby Otchere Darko, CEO & Founder of Africa Prosperity Network

The APD serves as a dedicated platform for Africa’s private sector to convene, network, and make critical decisions aimed at accelerating the continent’s development.

Held annually in Accra, the APD uniquely brings together African leaders from various sectors to drive the implementation of initiatives within the AfCFTA trade bloc and shape actionable agendas for Africa’s economic integration.

The event focuses on addressing the continent’s key challenges, advancing industrialization priorities, and catalyzing commercial and infrastructural interventions to realize the vision of an Africa Beyond Aid.

Source: www.thenewindependentonline.com

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