Out of over one thousand companies who applied in the Upper West region for the implementation of the one district one factory in the upper west region initiated by the ministry of trade and industry, ‘TakHilla’ farms managed by Gwollu Kuoro have been selected among four others under the phase one to implement the project.
Deputy minister Hon. Amidu Chinnia made the announcement in Gwollu during the 20th remembrance of the death of late President Dr. Hilla Limann in Gwollu.
“TakHilla farms, the managing Director Gwollu Kuoro who happened to be the biological brother of the late president is one of the first of four companies selected to benefit from the 1D1F in the region”.
The Deputy minister expressed that Gwollu Kuoro needs to be commended and assured that government will not relent in giving you the necessary assistance in the implementation of the project.
Radford FM spoke to Gwollu Kuoro, Kuoro Buktie Limann who told Radford News Desk that TakHilla started in 2005 as a nut and seed oil company. Over the years, it has been processing shear-butter for consumption and export. TakHilla according to Gwollu Kuoro has an operational plan with the objectives among others to process shear-nut, Soya, Cotton for oil for both local consumption and export as well as creating jobs for the teaming youth and increase community development.
The Deputy Minister Hon. Chinnia appealed to beneficiaries of the planting for food and job to pay back what they collected in order for the government to continue to give those more and urged new ones to pick up forms to join.
As the assemblies in the region begins preparation of their 2018 to 2021 medium term development plan, we believe when this is done and sent to the region and onward submission to Accra, the assemblies will be able deliver their programmes for the well-being of all the people, the minister assured.


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