In the economy of every country, markets are very important. Ghana, an African country with a population of more than 30.8 million, like all countries in the world has many markets. Some being major and others being minor. Below are 10 famous and biggest Markets in Ghana.
The talk is on…but who really built the Kejetia Market in the Ashanti Region of Ghana? The Kumasi Central Market, is an open-air market in the city of Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti. Kumasi Central Market is in the rain forest bioregion of Ashanti on the Ashantiland Peninsula.
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.
Often regarded as the world bank of the ruling New Patriotic Party, the Ashante Region and the Elephant Party have had a very faithful relationship since the beginning of the Fourth Republic. It is almost a certainty that the New Patriotic Party will get the majority of its votes from the Region during any elections.
The rain season has brought its mirage of challenges. Its accompanying floods are being recorded almost everywhere in the country. Some regions that have been affected seriously by the floods include the Greater Accra and the Ashanti regions. Some other regions have also recorded floods but their cases are minor.
On Tuesday evening 11th May 2021, a fire destroyed the newly constructed Kejetia Market in the Ashanti Region.Despite the fact that no one was injured, the fire was so severe that it completely destroyed a shop.The fire was put out quickly by the Ghana National Fire Service, preventing it from spreading and causing more damage.
In Ghana, our body politics has many interesting dives.When a group of people are aligned to a particular political party, there is less chances of them switching or considering the other political party.
Man in trouble after loosing GH¢20,000 at Kejetia Market A man believe to be in his late thirties, around 35 to 39, has been given a beating of his life this afternoon.
The Kumasi Central Market popularly known as Kejetia Market is an open-air market in the city of Kumasi the capital of the Ashanti Region. According to surveyors, The Kejetia market is the largest single market in Ghana and West Africa as a whole. It has over 10,000 stores.
The Kumasi Central Market (otherwise called Kejetia Market) is an outside market in the city of Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti. Kumasi Central Market is in the tropical jungle bioregion of Ashanti on the Ashantiland Peninsula. Kumasi is around 300 miles (480 km) north of the Equator and 100 miles (160 km) north of the Gulf of Guinea.
June and July is a month that comes with rain all over the entire country of Ghana. It is a months that also becomes favourable to the farmers as well. Because it is the time that they mostly get into farming. As these months becomes favourable to others, it brings disaster to others.
Man, 28, beaten for stealing cow foot at Kejetia Market Kumah Samuel, 28, has been given beatings he has never had before over a cow foot he allegedly took from a seller without paying. Kumah was saved from the harsh beatings from Kumasi Kejetia boys when two taxi drivers intervened in his situation before he was released form the angry boys.
The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) have confirmed that the death toll in the Kumasi flood has increased to seven from the four recorded since last week. The Ashante Regional Administrator of NADMO, Nana Atakora Manu confirmed that two more deaths have been recorded at Aboabo in Kumasi between Saturday and Sunday.
The chief executive officer for Loud silence radio and TV network, Mr Kevin Ekow Taylor has stated on his with all due respect show today that traders in Kejetia market will pay for the money despite they are calling for help from the government.
The Ashanti Regional capital Kumasi got flooded following a heavy downpour on Thursday June 24, 2021. Areas such as market centres including Adum within the Central Business District (CBD), the ultra modern Kejetia market, were all massively flooded. A two year old boy who went missing at Sawaba during the rains was allegedly found dead after the downpour.
Kejetia Market is considered the largest open-air market in West Africa, locates in the city of Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti being the heart of traders in Kumasi.
Kumasi City Markets Limited, the operators of the Kejetia Market, one of the region's most important trading hubs, has announced that the facility will close at 7 p.m. on June 1 this year. The decision, according to Managing Director Kofi Dufour Addai, was made to lower operating costs and improve traders' security and safety at the plant.
The member of parliament for Tamale South constituency, Hon Haruna Iddrisu who is the minority leader for the National Democratic Congress has been told to stop praising former President, John Dramani Mahama for building Kejetia market today, Wednesday, 2nd June, 2021 after he posted picture of the market on his social media wall praising Mahama for his good work in the Ashanti region.
The ever recognized Flooding attack in the history of GHANA, was Recorded to have taken place on the 1st June 2015 in Accra. In this same month in 2021, GHANA again records another gory flood attack not in Accra but in Kumasi, which had affected many properties and caused injury to many persons in the capital of the Ashanti Region.
Traders in Kumasi Kejetia market in the Ashanti region are annoyed and poised to shut down their businesses over the high cost of electricity at the new market.