African and African American Entrepreneurs Collaborate to Build a Community in Ghana

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Kofi Anku is a shareholder and board member of Ayi Mensah Park, a vibrant of 200 unit townhouse community nestled at the foot of the Aburi Hills in Accra, Ghana.

This real estate development is the result of the collaboration between Black-owned businesses that operate in Ghana and in the U.S.

In an interview with shopped Black, they discussed The resources and opportunities available in Ghana, the importance and benefits of Black businesses collaborating and Honoring the vision Malcolm X had for Black American and African unity.


This article appeared on shopped.black.us and is published here for educational purpose.

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