He explained, “During this period of working in the United Kingdom and over 25 countries around the globe, I have remained passionate about, diaspora socio-economic inclusion and harnessing technology to push boundaries for advancement in businesses across Africa.
Ghana, like most developing economies, has its share of peculiar challenges, however, for any entrepreneur – foreign or diaspora, driven enough to look beyond these challenges, opportunities will always be presented.”.
He added, “Ghana is perfectly placed to attract foreign and diaspora investment, to propel growth by leveraging our abundant natural resources, a youthful population of approximately 57% under the age of 25; and a concerted effort backed by the right policies with a sustainable growth strategy.
Diaspora Direct Investment should be our preferred option
“Moreover, we should introduce Diaspora investment products like Diaspora Direct Investments, Diaspora Portfolio Investments and Diaspora Philanthropic Investments to our Diaspora, linking them with local entrepreneurs
to realize the diaspora investment potential, individual experiences of Diasporans across the continent, presented in a collective narrative and mapped to a diasporan investment policy will be crucial in unearthing a multi-billion-dollar opportunity.
“As part of our efforts to attract Diaspora Investment, the key will be to leverage the success stories of diasporans like myself, who have returned home to invest and are thriving in businesses across different sectors, presenting them as models to inspire and assist others identify and realize the many amazing opportunities investing back home presents