Nesrin Bayazit, the outgoing Turkish Ambassador to Ghana, has praised moves by Ghana to industrialize.
As a result, Nesrin Bayazit has vowed the support of the Turkish Government for initiatives such as the One District -One Factory (1D1F).
However, Ambassador Bayazit has cautioned against the expectations of a many Ghanaians wanting to see the country industrialized within 3-4 years.
Ambassador Bayazit said the West African nation has the huge potential to become an industrialized nation and commended ongoing efforts to add value to its many raw materials and products.
Many Turkish firms are playing main role in various aspects of economic expansion and growth in Ghana, citing the companies working on the Kotoka International Airport Terminal Expansion Project as well as Power Plants to support the energy sector, the Turkish envoy said.
Ambassador Bayazit hinted Turkey is considering the establishment of a technical and vocational training centre in Ghana to help the industrialization agenda at local level.
Turkey provides scholarships to Ghanaians as part of intervention to support human capacity, but outgoing envoy was not happy about frustrations some graduates encounter upon their return from Turkey.
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