Debate is sparked by Nana Kwame Bediako’s promise to extend the sea to Kumasi.

By flymultimediaghana Mar20,2024
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The leader of the New Force Movement and a well-known personality in Ghanaian business circles, Nana Kwame Bediako, is currently mired in controversy after making the audacious pledge to extend the sea from Ghana’s coast into the landlocked Ashanti Region of the nation.

Debate is sparked by Nana Kwame Bediako's promise to extend the sea to Kumasi.
The debate is sparked by Nana Kwame Bediako’s promise to extend the sea to Kumasi.

Critics of Bediako, who goes by the nickname “Cheddar” or “Freedom Jacob Caesar” among his allies, have voiced grave doubts regarding the practicality and efficacy of his pledge.

Bediako described his ambitious plan in an interview with Kojo Marfo on Abusua 96.5 FM in Kumasi. He drew inspiration from the revolutionary experiences of other countries that had extended coastal transit channels inland.

He said, “Why are we still transporting individual containers by road when the sea could offer a faster and more efficient means?”Bediako inquired, pointing out the flaws in the present transportation infrastructure.

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“I want to open up the infrastructure of the East and Western Corridors,” he bemoaned. I want to connect the gas, build industries, introduce technology, and construct electricity and energy plants.”

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