According to Ghanaian Vice-President John Dramani Mahama, the increasing exodus of Nigerian businessmen and other foreign investors into the country reflects its safe, secure, politically stable democratic environment.  Speaking this past weekend in Accra at the launch of a Nigerian company, eTransact, which is engaged in electronic payment system, Mahama added that it was reassuring that in this period of global economic meltdown, Ghana continued to see an increase in interest in foreign investors willing to invest.  “All over the world, investors are sensitive to the business and political environment and would only put their capital in environment that they consider safe, secure and conducive.  I believe that the current spate of interest of the investor community is the result of what we have been able to achieve collectively as a nation since the adoption of the 1992 Constitution–a safe, secure, politically stable democratic nation in which the rule of law is faithfully upheld,” he said.

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