Later in the day, after conducting some parliamentary business, honorable Samuel Abu Jinapor hosted the Canadian High Commissioner, H.E Kathleen Csaba, in his office at the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, to discuss issues relating to strengthening the relationship between the two countries in the extractive industry.
Government, through the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, will continue to create an enabling environment for investors in the industry.
He had an extensive meeting to liaise with the Canadian government on the way to involve the youth in this venture.
Samuel Abu Jinapor chaired an expanded management meeting with Directors at the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources and heads of all agencies under the Ministry, to review our planned programs for the year and firm up strategies for effective implementation.
Key among our discussions was the difficult but necessary expenditure cutting and revenue measures announced by the Minister for Finance last month.
As global economic developments continue to impact our economy, the Ministry of Lands and Natural has charged that they are committed to supporting the Government’s expenditure cutting and revenue measures to reduce the negative impact of the global economic developments on our local economy.
While cutting expenditure, they will continue to implement the policies and programs of the Government of President Akufo-Addo, to bring the much-needed socio-economic development to the people of Ghana.
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