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.
The sudden news of Hon Osei Assibey Antwi's withdrawal from the Kumasi Mayor's race has come to the attention of Combined Kejetia Traders Association within Kumasi Metropolis as a shock. We must admit that we were taken aback when this news cropped up in the media circles because we were of firmed believe that Hon Osei Assibey Antwi has the required capacity to push forward President Akuffo Addo's agenda in the Kumasi Metropolis as Cheif Executive Officer.
The Local Consultant of Contractor Company Limited in charge of the Kumasi Central Market construction, Mr. Emmanuel Danso has stated that the 3rd and 4th phases of the Kumasi Central Market will be demolished on Sunday, September 12, 2021. In an interview on Opemsuo Radio on Friday, September 10th, 2021, he disclosed that the Government has given an ultimatum that the market should be demolished on Sunday.
In his quest to ensure that youth In the Zongo communities across the country get relieved from financial challenges confronting them and stay focused to establish their own small businesses to support their families, Kumasi-based renowned butcher, Alhaji lbrahim Justice Atipaga has declared his intention to contest the upcoming National Delegates Congress of the National Democratic Congress (N.D.C) as the National Zongo Caucus Coordinator and win to make his dream becomes reality.
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.
The Executive body of the Kumasi Central Market National Democratic Congress Association (KCM-NDC) have in a very thoughtful decision endorses the partnership of Professor, Nana Jane Opoku Agyemang and the former president, His Excellency, John Dramani Mahama to lead the party in the 2024 general elections.
1. The Kumasi Central Market also known as the Kejetia Market is an open-air market in the city of Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti Region. It is the biggest known market in Ghana. 2. Makola Market. Makola Market is Accra's largest open-air market.
Traders and wayferers around Roman Hill, a popular lorry park closer to the Kumasi Central Market witnessed an unfamiliar drama on Saturday, 10th April, 2021.The scene was created by unidentified young woman in her mid 30s and some preachers evangelizing around Roman Hill lorry park.
1. Kumasi City Mall overlooking Asokwa Situated between the "old money" Asokwa and the plush Ahodwo, this area shows how Kumasi has been able to maintain some of its green vegetation in a plush area where lands are difficult to get (to buy). 2. Kejetia / Kumasi Central Market The famed Kejetia is one of the most outstanding architecture in the skyline of Kumasi. It finds itself next to the Kumasi zoo, a defunct race course and then a cultural center. 3. Rattray Park / Daban Just some few kilometers off Adum
Popularly known as Kejetia, it has become the most iconic market in West Africa and even Africa as a whole.it holds the position as the biggest open market in West Africa.
Another sad news hits Ashanti Region, as fire has engulfed the newly built administration block of the Asante Mampong College of Education.Information reaching us indicates that, earlier this morning there was flames of fire at the last floor of the building.This prompted those who were around to move some valuables inside the ground floor and called the fire service for help.
Reports from the Ashanti Regional capital of Ghana, Kumasi indicates a fire outbreak at the Kumasi Central market last evening. This unfortunate event occurred around 8:00 pm yesterday 18th April 2021, within the parts of the market where the shoe and slippers manufacturers as well as sellers, ply their trade within the market. Over 20 stores were burnt by the fire which destroyed goods and properties especially shoes, slippers and machines worth millions of Ghana cedis. Eyewitnesses could not ascertain the
In the first quarter of this year, 127 fire incidents in the Ashanti Region resulted in eight deaths.The latest fire accidents have been plagued by a lack of basic fire safety precautions.The most recent fire broke out early Tuesday morning in a slum in Kumasi, destroying about 40 wooden shacks.
More than twenty (20) shops at the Kumasi Central Market have been obliterated because of a fire flare-up toward the end of last night.It is assessed that great many Ghana cedis have been lost in harms by merchants on the lookout.In spite of the fact that the reason for the fire episode is at this point unclear, onlookers said it began around 8pm on Sunday, April 18 at one part of the market and it spread to different regions.
Portions of the Kumasi Central Market was immersed in fire on Sunday evening influencing 30 shops.The fire began around 8pm on Sunday evening at a segment of the market for shoemakers. Things raised by the fire incorporates combustibles, cowhide and wooden materials, completed items running into a huge number of cedis.Fire contenders showed up at the scene to drench the fire around 9pm, CitiNews had reported.A Deputy Ashanti Regional Fire Commander, ACFO Henry Gyiwah said admittance to the scene was a significant
Fire outbreaks in the country's market place is on the ascendency, as another one just occurred on the night of Sunday 18th April 2021 .It is like a symbol of the major markets in Ghana, to experience fire outbreaks that destroy goods worth thousands of cedis periodically .
Dealers at the Kumasi Central Market have communicated frustration in the way in which the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly is taking care of their relocation from the grounds to begin forthcoming development works.