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Audio: Nana Osei-Bonsu, CEO Private Enterprise Federation, Ghana, during the 11th CAADP Partnership Platform

Francesco Rampa, head of the Food Security programme at ECDPM, had the opportunity to speak with Nana Osei-Bonsu, CEO Private Enterprise Federation in Ghana, on the margins of the last day of the 11th CAADP Partnership Platform in Johannesburg (South Africa) on 25 – 26 March, 2015.

Asked about the value of the 11th CAADP meeting, Osei-Bonsu admitted that he wanted “to see more, we have done a lot of talking…let’s now start the implementation process”. In his opinion, “each of the partners at the Platform needs to take their responsibility seriously and in two years, when we meet again, we will have to report on what he have implemented. It’s a rude awaking but we have to take the bulls by the horns”.


Song ‘Dimmy’ courtesy of Podington Bear.

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