Pioneering Africa’s Legacy

Ghana’s trajectory to becoming the most rapidly expanding economy in the world is rooted in its resilience, a dynamic and globally competitive manufacturing sector and the implementation of policies promoting self-sufficiency and global market demand.

The Pearl of Africa

Under H.E. President Yoweri Museveni’s guidance, Uganda takes bold steps towards consolidating macroeconomic stability and providing optimal business conditions to smooth the way for an inclusive private sector-led and export-oriented economy.

The gateway to Africa

Tourism in Ghana contributes significantly to economic growth and development and is the reason why the NPP has drawn up and implemented plans to ensure that it becomes a major African tourism player over the next 12 years.

Building bridges between the public and private sector

Popularly known as “Agbada,” Bawumia is the sixth Ghanaian to occupy the high office since 1992. The former professor and economist, now the second-in-command in Ghana, sat down with Penresa to detail his background and his plans to make the Black Star shine bright again.

A new frontier

President Akufo-Addo’s administration brings an exciting roadmap for the future.

Africa’s Rising Black Star

In 2017, 60 years after Ghana claimed independence, President Nana Akufo-Addo and the NPP political party came into power amidst much rejoicing, optimism and hope around the country.