Ghanaians doubt Cheddar to dredge sea to Kumasi just like they doubted Kwame Nkrumah when he wanted to construct Akosombo Dam


The leader of The New Force political movement, Nana Kwame Bediako, better known as Cheddar, has suggested dredging a sea near Kumasi. Well-known entertainment critic and politician Kwame Obeng Asare, usually referred to as A-Plus, has expressed support for this concept.

A Plus used Dubai, a desert city that has successfully altered its topography, as a comparison to support the project’s viability.

He made reference to Dubai’s capacity to support greenery in spite of its desert environment, implying that Kumasi might dredge a sea using a same set of techniques.

A Plus attacked those who doubted Cheddar’s notion when he appeared on UTV’s United Showbiz, drawing comparisons between their doubts and the opposition that late President Dr. Kwame Nkrumah received when he revealed his intentions to construct the Akosombo Dam.

He challenged Ghanaians to think beyond the box and highlighted the possibility for large-scale initiatives like dredging a sea in Kumasi to spur development and innovation.

The ‘sea to Kumasi’ idea was first put forth by Cheddar in an interview with some radio stations in Kumasi, emphasizing how it would facilitate ship docking in Kumasi and boost trade.

His remarks, however, provoked harsh backlash from some citizens who questioned the project’s viability and his sincerity in politics.

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