“I will bring the Sea to Kumasi when i become president” – Nana Kwame Bediako Cheddar

In a thought-provoking interview on #AbusuaFM, Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as Cheddar, captured the nation’s attention with his ambitious plan to create an artificial sea in Kumasi, Ghana’s vibrant garden city.

Inspired by the remarkable developments in countries like Dubai, he envisions transforming Kumasi into a hub of direct maritime trade.

This bold proposal has sparked a national dialogue on the possibilities for urban development in Ghana. While Kumasi boasts a rich history and bustling commerce, the logistical challenges of transporting goods from Accra’s harbor have hindered the region’s economic growth.

Bediako’s idea of dredging a sea in Kumasi may seem far-fetched, but it draws inspiration from Dubai’s remarkable achievements in reshaping its coastline.

Critics argue that Ghana lacks the resources and governance of the UAE, casting doubt on the feasibility of such a project.

However, Bediako’s supporters point to his successful track record in real estate and construction as evidence of his ability to turn ambitious ideas into reality.

This proposal transcends mere engineering discussions, sparking a national debate on Ghana’s potential for innovation and transformation.

While the journey from dream to reality may be challenging, it is through daring visions like Bediako’s that nations can redefine their futures and inspire future generations.

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