- The US ambassador to Ghana is calling on government to deepen trade ties with America
- This call comes in the wake of massive deportation of Ghanaians from the US
The American government says it is hoping to see Ghana as one of its stronger partners in the fight against global terrorism and also the improvement of bilateral trade.
US ambassador to Ghana, Robert P. Jackson, in an address to commemorate. America’s 241st Independence and also the 60th anniversary of relations with Ghana revealed that his country was ever ready to partner Ghana in trade relations and also ensure that both countries benefit from their bilateral ties.
This, according to him, “innovates, pushes us forward, and partners with government to tackle evolving challenges”.
The ambassador further revealed how the US was resolved to ensure that the one-district-one factory policy becomes a reality.
The wish by the American government comes in the wake of massive deportations of Ghanaians from the USA – a development which attracted massive backlash from Ghana’s government.
Meanwhile, the US ambassador to Ghana has warned of many such deportations especially as the new US president, Donald Trump, signs an executive order to toughen immigration laws and also execute travel bans all in the fight against external terrorist groups.
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