The Ghana Nuts Company Limited which is the only largest company dealing in nuts processing in the Bono East Region has been operating below standard due to lack of raw materials. The company has been one of the sector that employs a reasonable number of people especially women in the country.
However due to lack of raw materials for the company, so many losses have been hitting the company. The CEO of the company is pleading on Ghanaians to involve in the cultivation of nuts so as to prevent the factory from collapsing.
Speaking to Citi news the CEO of the Ghana Nuts Company Limited, Obed Asante, said that the lack of raw materials such as shear nut, soyabeans etc has made the factory to be operating at 20% which is below standard.
He added that the government should help the factory in its electricity bills since the factory have been paying over GH¢200,000 per month. However the Bono East Regional Minister, Kwasi Adu Gyan also added that they will join hands to help the factory with the necessary raw materials and support so as to keep the factory in a sustainable condition.
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