Scientists, researchers and the security agencies are attending a three-day space summit that would expose them to new scientific technology and discoveries.
The Keshe Foundation consists of people from all over the world who are trying to implement world peace by bringing new technology to mankind.
The Keshe technology provides a new scientific knowledge, new technologies and new solutions to major global problems such as famine, water shortage, lack of electric power supply, climate change and diseases.
Some of the new breakthroughs include water purifier to decontaminate water bodies, energy conservation and medication for chronic ailments including various kinds of cancer and HIV.
The main objective of the foundation is to share the benefits from all aspects of its technologies in five different areas related to mankind’s welfare and world education.
The summit, therefore, is to expose the participants to the latest discoveries and breakthroughs in various areas including space technology, human health, energy, transportation, environment, agriculture, nanotech and information and communications technology (ICT).
The conference, on the theme: “The new dawn: Africa’s Meteoric rising in spaceship technology,” seeks to provide an overview of the applications of the Keshe technology and success stories that can encourage Ghanaians to work hard.
The Keshe Foundation has been collaborating with the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission over the last one year to use local raw materials to develop new technological breakthroughs.
The Director-General of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission, Professor Benjamin J.B. Nyarko, described the conference as “an important landmark for Ghana in science and technology”.
He announced that the commission had been familiarising, testing and affirming the Keshe technology and its applications, adding: “I am happy to state that outcomes are encouraging and the future is promising.”
Professor Nyarko said the Keshe technologies in medicine, health, agriculture, food production and energy, for example, were all areas that could be of tremendous benefit to the country.
He said the theme for the summit was well and truly captured to reflect the continent’s situation and urged the participants to pay attention to the presentations and contribute to the discussions.
The Director of Keshe Foundation, Mr Mehran Tavakoli Keshe, said the collaboration between his foundation and the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission meant a lot to the health needs of Ghanaians.
He said the foundation was exchanging knowledge for peace, explaining that if life was comfortable, nobody would be interested in going to war.