KEPROBA’s Ag CEO Floice Mukabana at the Ghana Expo Kenya exhibition.
The Kenya Export Promotion and Branding agency has collaborated with the Ghana National AfCFTA Coordination Office (NCO) to open an exhibition and trade house in Kenya at the Aribuko hall of the Sarit Expo in Kenya.
The Kenya Export Promotion and Branding Agency has pitched tent at the Expo 2023 to help showcase the Made in Kenya products. The 4-day Expo features business to business engagement and a trade show to showcase Ghanian products.
While speaking during the opening of Ghana trade house at Sameer Business Park in Nairobi Kenya, KEPROBA’s Ag CEO Floice Mukabana said that the opening of the Ghana trade house demonstrates the commitment between Kenya and Ghana in promoting trade within the continent while utilizing trade preferences under the AfCFTA besides affirming our commitment to work together with our counterpart Ghana Export Promotion Authority to ensure meaningful trade between our two countries.
Ghana aims at using the Expo to provide market penetration for Ghanian products and investment opportunities in Kenya and the East African Region. A total of 70 Ghanian companies and 20 Kenyan companies will take place in the 4-day exhibition at the Sarit Centre in Nairobi.
Ghana and Kenya are among the nations selected to participate in the pilot phase of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). Through the pilot phase, Kenya exported locally manufactured chloride batteries and value-added tea to Ghana.