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General News of Thursday, 7 November 2019


Euroget Group readies for long term investments with Ghana - Dr Said Deraz

Euroget Group Chairman, Dr Said Zared play videoEuroget Group Chairman, Dr Said Zared

The Group Chairman of Euroget De-Invest, Dr Said Darez has said his company is looking forward to establishing a long-term investment relationship with the government and people of Ghana.

Dr Darez was speaking at a ceremony held yesterday, November 6, 2019, to commission the newly constructed Ga East Municipal Hospital at Kwebenaya, a project financed and executed by Euroget De-Invest s.a.

Whiles acknowledging the effectiveness of the Ghanaian leadership, Dr Darez said Euroget has been encouraged to look beyond investing in the health sector and is currently operating the largest gold refinery in West Africa with the aim of making it the largest on the continent.

“Effective leadership in Ghana has encouraged Euroget De-Invest is operating the largest gold refinery in West Africa and working closely with the government of Ghana to make it the largest in Africa.”

Dr Darez revealed that Euroget is exploring investments in other areas such as agriculture and mining, adding the investment group is looking forward to establishing long term investment relationship with Ghana.

“We are also exploring investment in other areas such as agriculture and mining. We at Euroget De-Invest are therefore at a looking long-term relationship with Ghana.”

With the completion of the Ga East Municipal Hospital, Euroget is left with six (6) more hospitals to complete under its Ghana Hospital Project with the Government of Ghana.

The Ghana Hospitals Project involves the design, construction and equipping of one military hospital, two regional hospitals and six district hospitals in Ghana at a project cost of $339 million and will deliver a total of 810 beds.

Dr Darez in bringing his speech to an end indicated that Euroget is bent on delivering the remaining projects on time. He announced that the rest of the projects will be completed by the end of 2020.