YEN.com. gh has sighted photos of Minister for Trade and Industry, Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng at the premises of the VW Assembly Plant, located at the North Industrial Area, in Accra.
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The Minister for Zongo Development, Mustapha Hameed, too to his Facebook page to share photos of Alan Kyeremanteng's visit and expressed appreciation to President Akufo-Addo for a good job done.
The Zongo Development Minister's post read, "Well well well......VW is here. Dr. Bawumia mentioned this, they called him a liar. Thank you President, Akufo-Addo. These are VW assembled cars right here in Ghana."https://admin.yen.com.gh/dashboard
It would be recalled that during President Akufo-Addo's State of the Nation Address on February 21, 2020, he stated that, "VW is building its plant at the North Industrial Area in Accra, and is due to start production by the end of April. Sinotruk has begun assembling its trucks.
Toyota is however scheduled to start the assembly of vehicles in Tema in the last quarter of this year. We have high hopes for this new industry, which has come to join our own Kantanka."
Judging from the pictures, it appears the vision of the president to turn Ghana into an industrial hub is coming to pass.
Following the release of the photos, Ghanaians have reacted to the post shared by the Minister for Zongo Development
Agyei said they are clowns who are just basing on empty alternatives.
Kwabena also asked where Katanka assembly plant was.
Nana Kojo was wondering why everything should be in Accra.
Fred said if the government is given more time it would create more opportunities and jobs
Sam said this is indeed the change Ghanaians voted for.
In other news, the wife of Vice-President Mahamadu Bawumia, Samira Bawumia has revealed that it was through the grace of God that she became the Second Lady of Ghana.
The Second Lady made this revelation while peaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosiisen show as part of the celebration of the International Women’s Day on Monday, March 9, 2020, she made this revelation.
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