Hungarian Investors Visits Cape Coast

A delegation of investors from Hungary yesterday visited Cape Coast to explore investment opportunities in the area of water and sanitation. The delegation was led by the Deputy Head of Mission at the Hungarian Embassy, Mr David Bekesi.

According to the team, they chose Cape Coast because of the longstanding relationship the Embassy has with Cape Coast and Osaberima Kwesi Atta II, the Paramount Chief of Cape Coast.


The Metropolitan Chief Executive, Hon. Ernest Arthur expressed his appreciation to the Hungarian team for their interest in Cape Coast. He indicated that, liquid waste management in the city has been a problem and welcomed the proposed intervention. He assured the delegation of his full support towards the realisation of the project.

On his part, Osaberima Kwesi Atta II, used the occasion to appeal to the team to facilitate the establishment of a Sister City relationship between Cape Coast and some cities in Hungary for their mutual benefit.

The meeting which was held at the Office of the Metropolitan Chief Executive was attended by Madam Rachel Fosua Sarpong, the Metro Coordinating Director, Officials from the Environmental Health and Sanitation Unit, and the Ghana Water Company.

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