- Andrews Kofi Anto, a final year student of Central University College has been making massive waves since his work surfaced online
- Kofi's final year project which features designs of a proposed Cape Coast International Airport appears to have won the admiration of many
- The design of the airport comes with a traffic control tower, a car park and a terminal for passengers
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The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on a Facebook page called Cape Coast Oguaa has pictorial designs of what seemed to be an airport.
The designs according to Cape Coast Oguaa are the projects of a final year student at Central University College.
The caption that came with the post is as follow;
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This is a design by a final year student of Central University College for the proposed Cape Coast International Airport. Cape Coast Oguaa let's dream Big. Cape Coast is the first capital of Ghana. Cape Coast is the tourism hub of Ghana. Cape Coast deserves this and more.. The new Cape Coast is a must! It's possible. #Airport4CapeCoastNow
At the time of this publication, the post has over 1200 reactions, close to 110 shares and more than 100 comments.
A publication by Kuulpeeps shared that the architecture student's work features a traffic control tower, a car park and a terminal for passengers.
Andrews already has a company that is into architectural visualization, construction, architectural consulting and interior design, Kuulpeeps reported.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a Nigerian student has showcased the aircraft he made for his final year project.
The Imo State University, Owerri student-designed and constructed a surveillance drone.
Demonstrating its use in a video he shared on LinkedIn, the mechanical engineering student Tochukwu Egbujor took delight in the eventual success of the aircraft despite the challenges.
Speaking more on the challenges faced during its creation, Tochukwu while responding to comments said he and his team members had to improvise as some parts of the aircraft were difficult to work with.