Tag Archives: Komenda sugar factory

Gov’t should stop whining about Komenda factory – Murtala Mohammed

Murtala Mohmmed

The Akufo-Addo government should stop whining about the  Komenda Sugar Factory and deal with its issues, a former Deputy Trade Minister, Murtala Mohammed has stated. Concerns about the viability of the factory have come up again after it was revealed that factory still lack raw materials to commence work, but Mr. Mohammed believes the issues being raised are insincere. When ...

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Komenda Sugar Factory still not ready for full operations – Minister

Rob Ahomka-Lindsay

It appears the Komenda Sugar Factory will idle longer than expected, as a myriad of challenges including the lack of raw materials have stalled full operations. A Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, Robert Ahomka Lindsay outlined the challenges that have prevented the factory which was commissioned for work to start in May 2016 by former President John Mahama. Highlighting ...

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Gov’t to engage farmers as shareholders in Komenda Sugar factory

Komenda Sugar Factory

Sugar cane farmers could be engaged in the running of the Komenda Sugar factory in the Central Region as part of government’s plan for the factory, Minister Nominee for Trade and Industry, Alan Kyerematen has said. Government is looking at involving farmers in the development of a sugar cane plantation and giving them shares in the processing facility, Mr. Kyerematen indicated to Parliament’s ...

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Komenda Sugar Factory to resume operations in November


The Komenda Sugar Factory in the Central Region will resume operations in November, Secretary to the Board of Governors of the company, Ransford Vanni-Amoah has said. According to him, the factory, which has been shut down for the past three months, is set to be transferred to a new Chief Executive Officer and a Ghanaian management team before it resumes operations ...

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