A six man strong South Korean delegation from MAKE GROUP ( a South Korean investment company) is expected to arrive in Freetown this afternoon on the invitation of the President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma on a 7 day working visit to further initiate and strengthen national economic and other related development within the Presidency and other lined Ministries, thus associating with The Agenda for prosperity.
The delegation will be led by its Chairman James Juhee Han. The visit is the work and architect of international business know -how Omrie Golley. The delegation is expected to have an audience with President Koroma, Vice President Sam Sumana, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Finance, Agriculture, Information, Energy, Internal Affairs, Water Resources and The Speaker of Parliament and other related Institutions
According, to Mr. Omrie Golley, MAKE GROUP is a well regarded Korean investment / consulting company, with strong connections to Korean Government and private sectors. MAKE GROUP he revealed, is recognized locally as a pioneering private consortium with abiding interest in promoting business relations with African countries and has won the respect of the Korean government, private and public corporation all of which he added “have extended generous political and financial support for all its projects in Africa.” The Group he further said has cultivated strong relations with heads of State and governments due to it’s extensive networking capacity and wide business experiences.
Chairman Han said “ Sierra Leone is in need of quick industrial infrastructural development, telecommunications, education, health care, agriculture and responsible exploitation of natural resources are the bedrock of economic prosperity, MAKE GROUP working hand in hand with the government of South Korea and private enterprises, have the will and the expertise it takes to turn the odds in favour of Sierra Leone”
Other members of the delegation included, Michael Youngdae Jeon, Sukjoo Kim, Dalhurn Kim, Myunglae Cho and Younghak Kim.
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