AmCham Ghana and AGA Africa on Tuesday, March 3, hosted the visiting Attorneys General from the United States. The AGs were in the country to participate in the 2nd annual Attorney General Alliance Conference.
The delegation was made up of Letitia James of New York, Karl Racine of Washington, D.C., Denise N. George of Virgin Islands, Keith Ellison of Minnesota, Aaron Ford of Nevada, and Kwame Raoul of Illinois.
The reception allowed the visiting Attorneys to interact with business and legal professionals in the AmCham community, and establish relations to further strengthen the collaboration between Ghana and the United State, particularly the diaspora, to improve the country’s legal system.
Also present at the reception were the U.S. Ambassador to Ghana, Stephanie S. Sullivan, AmCham Ghana President, Ayesha Bedwei, Former AmCham Presidents, Phillipe Ayivor and Mona Bowd, AmCham Ghana founding member, Herbert Morrison, and other members and associates of the chamber.
Mona Boyd, CEO of Landtours Ghana, shared her experience as an African-American returnee and talked about her company’s work in providing a great experience for visiting Africans from the diaspora. Learn More About Landtours
The AGA Africa Conference is primarily focused on tackling transcontinental crime. Issues including human trafficking, counterfeit medicines, cybersecurity, and money laundering.