Hundreds of companies have registered for exhibition stands in the upcoming Poultry, Aqua Culture and Livestock exhibition (PALS) Africa 2019 edition.
The would-be exhibitors include companies from countries in West Africa, Europe and America.
Organizers say they are anticipating higher registration for exhibition stands in addition to higher participation from the general public.
November 4 and 5 have been set aside for the annual event which brings together players in poultry, Aqua culture and Livestock industry and its value chain within and around Africa.
Chief Executive of Pals Africa, Mr. John Bewuah Edusei in an interview with journalists expressed optimism of not just registering higher numbers this year but a generally successful event as well.
“We have put a lot of things in place to ensure a generally successful event this year too. Looking at the numbers so far, In fact I am very optimistic of a very good event.” He noted.
As part of preparations towards the biggest poultry, Aqua culture and Livestock exhibition in Africa, Mr. Bewuah has been calling on African political leaders, especially Ghanaians leaders to focus on their sector as they have the capability of employing one million people.
He also appealed to Ghanaian leaders to ensure that poultry imports are reduced by 10 percent and that part contracted to local poultry farmers to enhance the growth of the industry in Ghana.