Strategic Agreement Between Ghana And Guyana: It’s All Good For The Citizens


The President of the Republic of Guyana, H.E. Mohamed Irfaan Ali, and Ghana’s Vice President, H.E. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia

Guyana has gone into a “strategic engagement and partnership with Ghana” as the two nations are ready to cooperate to improve on the lives of their citizens.

The President of the Republic of Guyana, H.E. Mohamed Irfaan Ali, and Ghana’s Vice President, H.E. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia are resolved to allow this to happen, to make their citizens live comfortable lives.

This agreement was reached on Sunday fifth December, at Georgetown, in Guyana, when President Ali, who was speaking at a State Dinner to pay tribute to Ghana’s Vice President, H.E. Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

Guyana’s President was hopeful and accentuated that the Guyana-Ghana partnership was not one of the usual talks, but rather one to which the two nations had spread out clearly defined anticipated results.

According to President Ali, this is an indication of substantial progress, and they will proceed to draw in and settle on viable advances and foster arrangements for the common advantage of the two nations.

The event had a few noticeable leaders attending including: the Prime Minister, Chief Justice, Heads of the security agencies, Ministers of State, captains of Industry and some Ghana government officials.

Reviewing the uncanny similitudes in the histories of the two nations, Vice President Bawumia, who is on a three-day working visit to Guyana under two months after his Guyanese partner, Dr Bharrat Jagdeo led a delegation to Ghana, promised “rigorous, open and mutually beneficial” discussions between Ghana Government officials and private sector leaders with their Guyanese counterparts, with the ultimate aim of knowledge- sharing and improved livelihoods for their citizens

Speaking further, the Vice President of Ghana said:

“Ghana and Guyana have long, memorable ties. We are both vigorous majority rules systems, have comparative regular assets, and science lets us know that we were all essential for one landmass until the mainland racks fell to pieces and floated away. Our accounts are basically the same too, and our bonds are exceptionally solid. This, I accept, structures the reason for an enduring association as we cooperate to plan and set up measures that position us as bosses of our own fates.”

During the three-day visit, Vice President Bawumia is relied upon to hold a reciprocal gathering with the President and senior authorities of Guyana, meet with the administration of the University of Guyana to among others, investigate ways for capacity building, take an interest in a discussion of the Ghanaian and Guyanese private sector, meet with the Ghanaian community in Guyana, and and witness the signing of a framework agreement between Ghana and Guyana.

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