In a significant step toward forging international collaborations and showcasing the excellence of African real estate, the Guyana Housing and Water Minister, Collin Croal, accompanied by his Information Minister Kwame McCoy, recently embarked on a momentous visit to Devtraco Group’s projects in Ghana.
Led by the dynamic CEO of Devtraco Group, John Entsuah, and the astute COO/Head of Developments, of Devtraco Group, Alex Arkaah, this visit marks a pivotal moment in Devtraco’s journey toward global recognition and excellence.
The visit commenced with a warm and enthusiastic reception as Mr Collin Croal and Mr Kwame McCoy arrived at the renowned Devtraco Courts in Tema, Community 25, Ghana.
Against a backdrop of stunning architectural marvels and a thriving community, Mr Collin Croal and Mr Kwame McCoy, accompanied by Mr Entsuah and Mr Arkaah, embarked on an extensive tour of the estate.
Devtraco’s commitment to sustainable design and a community-focused approach shone through during the visit.
The estate’s exceptional quality and meticulous attention to detail left an indelible impression on the esteemed guests.
Mr Entsuah expressed his honour at Mr Croal and Mr McCoy’s visit, emphasising the company’s dedication to delivering excellence on a global scale.
The primary objective of the visit was to explore collaboration opportunities between Devtraco Group and the Government of Guyana.
Discussions centred on the potential for joint ventures and development projects that could significantly benefit both nations’ real estate sectors.
The visit itself symbolised a bridge connecting the aspirations of Ghana and Guyana through real estate endeavours.
Mr Collin Croal commended Devtraco’s unwavering commitment to excellence and expressed his optimism regarding remarkable development opportunities in Guyana.
This visit signifies a pivotal moment in Devtraco’s journey toward international prominence and excellence.
As part of the tour, Mr Croal, Mr McCoy, and the Devtraco team also visited Nova, in Roman Ridge, Accra, a project on track for completion by year-end.
The Minister’s positive impressions of the Nova site reaffirmed Devtraco’s commitment to delivering projects on time while maintaining the highest standards of quality.
In conclusion, Mr Croal’s visit to Devtraco in Ghana underscores the company’s commitment to international collaboration and the pursuit of excellence in real estate development.
Devtraco Group, a distinguished African brand, is on a remarkable journey toward global recognition and is poised to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of real estate on a global scale.
As we look ahead, the world eagerly anticipates the remarkable projects and collaborations that will emerge from this partnership.