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Ghana Is Progressing Steadily; See How Kejetia Market Used To Look Like And Its Current Status

It's is high time that Ghanaians have realized and accepted that, gradually the country is experiencing some developments that other nations are not privileged to have. Development is a process, it is a step by step improvement in every aspect of a nation, be it infrastructural progress or human development.

And in terms of infrastructural development, one thing that comes into mind is the redevelopment of the Kumasi Central Market in the capital town Kumasi of the Ashanti Region. The Kumasi Central Market popularly known as Kejetia Market is currently the largest single market in West Africa and undoubtedly the market as at this moment has over 10,000 stores.

Prior to the redevelopment in 2015, the Kejetia Market had suffered massively due to undesired fire outbreaks and numerous houses and stores have been burnt down to ashes. And that is the more reason why the market was redeveloped in 2015 under the governance of the ex President John Dramani Mahama.

And that of the phase two redevelopment of the Kejetia Market was commissioned by Nana Addo Dankwah and Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in 2019, Even though the entire project is not done but it is truly a market that every Ghanaian should be there to shop.

The smooth and safe movements of humans, goods and vehicles were a problem and the market prior to its redevelopment had bad layouts in terms of how the old stores were built.

In order for Ghanaians to know how progressive Ghana as a nation has been, it is appropriate for everyone to see the old pictures of the market and the current pictures of this same Kejetia Market in Kumasi.

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