Alhaji Khuzaima Mohammed Osman has been appointed Director of International Relations for African Cities Development Consult Ltd.
African Cities Development Consult Ltd is Ghana’s leading youth-led private company which, together with its counterparts in Belize, Guatemala and Mexico, is organizing the first trade and investment conference in West Africa and Latin America.
The conference aims to establish strong trade, investment and cultural relations between the countries of West Africa and Latin America.
It will also promote West African businesses and investment opportunities in Latin America and the world, particularly in West Africa.
Another activity of the conference will be the exhibition of cultural exhibition and religious tolerance in West African countries as a focal point to encourage tourists from Latin America to Africa from the Where is.
The conference will attract legal persons from all over the world, including government agencies responsible for businesses in the West African sub-region in particular. Religious, interfaith, and peacemaker leaders would also have the opportunity to showcase religious tolerance, harmony and understanding for peace and development.
African Cities Development Consult CEO Alhaji Alhassan Abdallah Musah said that “the international trade and investment agenda must be a deliberate pursuit with favorable policies, especially tax regimes and speed in delivering Services”.
Alhaji Osmsan indicated that “Ghana is the gateway to the West African market of over 300 million people which should be seized by any serious investor who knows the importance of translating this into investment, trade and business opportunities. and cultural exchange ”.
Alhaji Osman currently holds the following positions in Ghana; eminent member of the Ghana National Peace Council (NPC) at the Greater Accra regional level, Executive Secretary of the Tijjaniya Muslim Movement of Ghana (TMMG), Founder and Executive Director of the African Literary Club (ALIC).
He is also the Ghana-based Ambassador for World Peace as part of the Global Peace Chain and the Universal Peace Federation (UFP) and also a member of the African Youth Assembly for Peace (AYAP) ).