Mahama Leaves Ghana For India Ahead Of 3rd India-Africa Forum

Mahama Leaves Ghana For India Ahead Of 3rd India-Africa Forum

President John Mahama has left Accra to participate in the 3rd India-Africa Forum held at the capital of New Dehli in India.

The president is expected to hold bilateral talks with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also meet with the Chairman of India's EXIM Bank as he further addresses an investment and entrepreneurial forum; subsequently interacting with the Ghanaian Community in New Dehli as part of granting an audience to corporate leaders in the Indian business.

Joining the diplomatic mission are the Foreign Minister, Hanna S. Tetteh, Finance Minister Seth Terkper and also the First Lady Lordina Dramani Mahama.

The third edition of the four-day IAFS summit which starts from 26th-29th October 2015 is aimed at offering an opportunity to not only reflect on the past, but to define the road maps needed in expanding economic development world-wide.

Source - Flagstaff House

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