and Economic Development Strategy
The G's organization has a MOU (June, 2011) established with
the National Council of Paramount Chiefs, 190 Chiefdom.
This MOU provide G's with full concession to available natural resources
to plan and initiate socio-economic subjects and
markets in the area of: import/export; education and training;
business development/finance; agricultural expansion
and development; light facilities construction; environmental security/bio-medical;
information technology/power development;
mining. This MOU is for 21 years.
G's will use its diamond, gold and mining concession contract, with 30% of
the net profit going back into the Chiefdom District Province using the
African Group Opportunity Act (AGOA), Free Trade Zone, the USAID initiative,
the Peace Diamond Alliance. G's is in full compliance with the Kimberly Process.
This net profit is for the development of oil palm plantation, agriculture,
swamp rice cultivation and other rice cultivation, maize
and potato cultivation, livestock husbandry and community
development. Farming and business training
and other training programs will be
provided through American farmers and their many partners.
G's USA International Farm Initiative will provide a new market
for African American and American farmers and their
many partners in Sierra Leone. The USA International
Farm Initiative will allow them to utilize their skills
and expertise in a training capacity and will help
cultivate new business opportunities in Africa for the
US farmers, meeting the Congressional Black Caucus
(CBC) MANDATE FOR AFRICA. The USA International
Farm Initiative is in line with President Barack Obama's
inaugural address on January 20, 2009, as stated
"to the people of poor nations, we pledge to work alongside
you to make your farms flourish and let clean waters
flow - to nourish starved bodies and feed hungry minds."
From the desk of the President.
G's International Company (SL) Limited is a profit making organization,
dedicated to working together that works by having shovel in the ground
with all interested parties into the process that will address
the re-construction and beneficial development impact
of Sierra Leone, in a comprehensive way by using the in ground
minerals turning them into cash that put the economy
once more into the hands of Sierra Leonean.
David A. M. Senessie