India’s High Commissioner Aids Bono East Region With Instant Development Projects

The Indian high commissioner to Ghana, His Excellency, Sugandh Rajaram has assured to support the new Bono East region to see rapid development in Agriculture, Education Health, and accessible Potable Water in the Bono East rural communities.

He says, the Bono East region is the hub of agriculture in Ghana and is the most preferred area to run all-year-round farming activities.

His Excellency, Sugandh Rajaram commended the Bono East regional Minister hon Kwasi Adu Gyan for interest in rice cultivation and cattle rearing to boost job creation and revenue.

HE, Sugandh Rajaram has assured to support some students in the Bono East region with scholarships to study in India. He also promised to help the Bono East region gains her dream of establishing a university which has been the priority of the regional minister, hon Kwasi Adu Gyan.

He added that the cordial relationship between Ghana and India started from the colonial days and will be deepened to see the two countries moving ahead of others through the adoption of education and agriculture which are two paramount pivotal keys in development.

Mr. Sugandh Rajaram says Ghana has everything it takes to develop faster than any other country he had visited. He says it is time Ghana learns how to produce and export to have a stabilized economy.01:13 PM

His Excellency, Sugandah Rajaram and his team accompanied the Bono East regional minister, hon Kwasi Adu Gyan, and paid a courtesy call on the traditional chiefs at Hansua palace.

Oseadeyo Akumfi Ameyaw iv, Omanhene of the Techiman Traditional Council in his address praised the Indian Commissioner to Ghana for his visit to the region. Oseadeyo calls for more support.

The traditional chiefs clothed H.E Sugandah Rajaram in Kente clothe and smock as his present. The Indian Ambassador to Ghana says his five days in the Bono the East region will be one of the historical events in his life.

His Excellency, Sugandah Rajaram and his team accompanied the Bono East regional minister, hon Kwasi Adu Gyan, and paid a courtesy call on the traditional chiefs at Hansua palace.

Oseadeyo Akumfi Ameyaw iv, Omanhene of the Techiman Traditional Council in his address praised the Indian Commissioner to Ghana for his visit to the region. Oseadeyo calls for more support.

The traditional chiefs clothed H.E Sugandah Rajaram in Kente clothe and smock as his present. The Indian Ambassador to Ghana says his five days in the Bono the East region will be one of the historical events in his life.


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