Ghana’s Ambassador To Italy, Eudora Quartey-Koranteng Has Died

Sad news coming is that Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Ghana to the Republic of Italy, Eudora Quartey-Koranteng has passed away.

She died on Wednesday 20th October 2021, in Rome after a short illness.

Ambassador Quartey-Koranteng served the country since 2019 when she replaced Tangoba Abayage. She recently hosted President Akufo-Addo in Serbia where she is accredited to as well when the president attended the NAM meeting.

She left behind her husband and two children.

Mrs. Quartey-Koranteng during her mission promoted the various programmes of the government to improve the human resource capacity of local Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

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The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary further shared the government’s commitment to make Ghana an active player in the 21st-century world arena under the “Ghana Beyond Aid” initiative which is aimed at building a self-sufficient Ghana that could partner with investors.

Ambassador Quartey-Koranteng once noted that the “Free Senior High School”, “Planting for food and jobs” and “One-district-one-factory” are some of the key projects currently being aggressively implemented throughout Ghana.

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She reiterated Ghana’s offer of a viable environment for business and called for more Italian investors to consider Ghana, a business destination.

She succeeded Paulina Patience Tangoba Abayage who was Minister for the Upper East Region.

Credit:  DGN Online

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