Vice-President Mahamudu Bawumia is in the United Kingdom to attend the 8th UK-Ghana Business Council meeting (UKGBC), an official statement from his office said.
Bawumia will also attend the 3rd edition of the Ghana Investment and Opportunities Summit (GHIOS) organised by the Ghana High Commission, UK in partnership with the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre (GIPC).
As co-chair of the UKGBC, the vice president will lead a team of government officials and the private sector to discuss with their counterparts in the UK issues of development cooperation between Ghana and the United Kingdom.
Some of the key outcomes from previous UKGBC meetings are the Kumasi International Airport, Obetsebi Lamptey Interchange Phase II, and the Tamale International Airport, the statement signed by spokesperson, Gideon Boako said.
At the GHIOS, Bawumia is expected to lead a delegation of industry captains and business leaders to showcase “why Ghana should be the number one choice for investors considering doing business in Africa.”
He is expected to return to Ghana on Sunday (11 June).