Adjoa Adjei-Twum, EBII Group CEO, speaks to BBC on the investment climate in Mozambique following recent terrorist attacks

Terrorist attacks on oil and gas installations in Mozambique began on March 24, 2021, when Insurgents attacked Palma, a town 10 km from the $20 billion gas development by Total in Mozambique, the biggest of its kind in Africa. The attacks have led to the death of several people forcing Total to suspend work for a second time this year. EBII CEO, A...

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