The business holding name for Black Stars Captain, Asamoah Gyan, Gyan Investment Ghana Limited Group, has entered into a business agreement with Development Capital Partners Limited.

The agreement amongst others allows Gyan Investments Ghana Limited to access advisory services from DCP.

The advisory services will cover the entities under the group including the yet to be launched, Baby Jet Airlines.

Commenting on the deal, the CEO of DCP, Andrew Naylor said, Asamoah Gyan is a high profile personality both in Ghana and internationally so we are delighted to have been chosen to support the development of his business portfolio including Baby Jet Airlines.”

CEO of the Sammy Addo also showed appreciation to DCP for agreeing to support the Gyan Investment Ghana Limited Group.

Baby Jet 1

Baby Jet Airlines is currently undergoing processes to be granted an air carrier license which will enable it start operating in Ghana’s domestic aviation space.

It recently announced recruitment of staff for the airline company.

By: Citibusinessnews.com/Ghana

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