Private sector key to tackling economic challenges –minister

Margins Group Limited (MGL), a wholly-owned Ghanaian identity and security management company, (MGL), has launched activities to mark its 25th anniversary celebrations.

The celebrations are expected to highlight the company’s 25 year quest to build a multinational African company, specialised in meeting the needs of customers initially in the areas of document presentation, protection, securitisation and preservation, and how it evolved over the years into a secure documents, cards, identification, secure data and transactions company.

Speaking at the official launch of the anniversary celebrations, a Minister of State in charge of Public Private Partnership (PPP), Alhaji Rashid Pelpuo, said private sector was key in dealing with the many economic difficulties facing the country.

He said there was the need to develop people in the private sector to be able to move the economy forward.

Mr Pelpuo said with the necessary support the private sector could help produce goods for export to generate the needed foreign exchange earnings to stabilise the economy.

He assured of the government’s continuous support to create a conducive environment for the private-sector to thrive and contribute meaningfully to the country’s development.

He said the government was aware of the many challenges that the private sector was going through and urged the management of Margins to continue the good work.

Founder and Executive Chairman of MGL, Moses Kwesi Baiden Jnr, said that the Group’s success over the years was attained on the back of its quality human resource and selfless dedication to work.

He said it was high time countries on the continent recognized the abilities of the young and talented people on the continent in the efforts to transform Africa.

Margins, he said, believed in creativity and innovations and pledged that it would use its platform to help in the transformation of the country.

Executive Director of Margins Group Limited, Frank Oye, said the celebration of the anniversary is to reflect the core values of the Margins Group.

He said the future of Margins Limited looked bright, adding that resilience and determination have been the driving force on the path of success over the last two decades and a half

He said the company is strategically placed to take advantage of the opportunities in Ghana and the sub-region.

The Group is expected to organise an art exhibition from December 7th to 9th and a musical concert on the 9th of this month at the Kempinski Hotel, Gold Coast City, Accra, as part of the celebrations.

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