British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to visit Ghana after his re-election on Thursday, Ghana’s envoy to the United Kingdom has disclosed.
Mr Cameron will be in Ghana together with “his team,” the envoy said.
The visit will be a reciprocation of a visit by President John Dramani Mahama to the UK in 2013.
Speaking to TV3’s Nana Aba Anamoah in the UK on Friday, May 8, Ghana’s High Commissioner Victor Smith noted that he had discussed a possible visit of the UK PM to Ghana during a garden party at Number 10 Downing Street.
“I asked him and he said he had to postpone it,” Mr Smith told our reporter in his office, “but he would visit Ghana and that Ghana will be the first country he will visit when he is reelected.”
The former Eastern Region Minister was sure PM Cameron’s visit will help “with our development and try and help us get our system going.”
PM Cameron led the Conservatives to win UK’s 56th parliamentary elections on Thursday.