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British multi-millionaire property developer Azad Cola and Ghanaian serial entrepreneur Nana Bediako recently joined forces to establish an investment company, Capital Nine Zero (CNZ), to develop Petronia City – a 2000-acre city development project in Ghana.
Petronia City aims to provide the first fully integrated business hub for West Africa’s oil, gas and mining industries and will be hosted in the Ahanta West District of the western region of Ghana, approximately eight kilometres from Takoradi.
In a recent interview with Forbes writer Mfonobong Nsehe, real estate mogul Nana and Azad, who owns the famous Westbury Hotel, spoke about the geo-commercial precedent set with the launch of the upcoming Industrial Park and Free Trade Zone. Read the full interview here – Why A British Hotelier And Ghanaian Entrepreneur Are Building Petronia City
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