The Minister of Land and Natural Resources, Honourable Samuel Abu Jinapor on his usual tour in the country led his entourage to to conclude his tour in the Greater Accra Region.
In one of the places that he visited in the region he made it public that the country in no time will be have the largest salt mining in the whole of the African continent.
Salt from Electrochem
Being the Minister of land and natural resources, he has been touring the entire country to get to know what is happening or going on in the institutions and companies exercising control over our resources.
The Damongo Constituency's Member of Parliament Hon. Jinapor at the Electrochem Ghana Limited In Ada (Salt Mining Company) revealed to Ghanaians that, the company will be the biggest salt mining company in Africa when it is fully operational. He also revealed that, it will also have the potential to be the main supplier of industrial salt in the African continent.
In a further discussion with the Executive Chairman of Electrochem Ghana Limited Dr. Daniel Mackorley, the chairman gave him a firm assurance to completing this multi million dollar operation on schedule.
Below is what the Minister of Land and Natural Resources shared on his Facebook platform.
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