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The Sheanut and Soybean Suppliers Association of Tamale has expressed gratitude to the Nuts For Growth (N4G), a new nuts company that is being built in the Northern Region with the aim of creating more than 30,000 jobs.

The company is aiming at creating 30,000 indirect and 700 direct jobs to reduce unemployment in the Northern Region.

The Association said N4G was putting up a factory at Duuyin, a community along the Tamale/Salaga highway, to process sheanuts, maize and soya beans and appealed to the ministries of Gender and Social Protection and Trade and Industry to assist to ensure the success of the company.

These were contained in a statement issued in Tamale on Tuesday and signed by Mr Mohammed Sallam, Spokesperson for the Sheanut and Soybean Suppliers Association of Tamale.

The statement expressed worry that some faceless individuals including some persons from a similar nuts company outside the Northern Region had started scheming to thwart the project and that made it clear that the people of the Northern Region would resist any attempt to deprive them of the great opportunity.

“Sheanut and Soyabean Suppliers Association has noticed a deliberate ploy by an organization, which is bent on ensuring that a laudable project meant for the north never sees the light of day”, it said.

The statement said more than 100 people had been engaged on the project, described the Chief Executive Officer of the N4G, Mrs Dora Harborsutei Torwiseh, as a very honest woman who could propel the area’s development and appealed to people making deliberate attempt to ruin her reputation to stop.
Source: GNA

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