Ghana: Deputy Minister of Tourism Cuts Sod for the Development of an Amphitheater in Kumasi


The Deputy Minister for Tourism, Arts and Tradition, Mr Mark Okraku Mante, has minimize sod for the development of an ultra-modern Amphitheater on the Centre for Nationwide Tradition (CNC) in Kumasi.

Addressing the gathering on Wednesday, the Minister mentioned the mission was in honour of the President’s promise to assist the Inventive Arts Business with the development of 5 of such initiatives.

He mentioned the mission which was anticipated to be accomplished by the tip of July this 12 months, would function a cheap venue for music and movie producers throughout the nation.

He mentioned the opposite ones could be constructed in Tamale, Accra, Takoradi and Tema.

The Mayor of Kumasi, Mr Sam Pyne, expressed his gratitude to the federal government for bringing such a mission to Kumasi.

Mr Pyne who described Kumasi because the Centre of Ghana, mentioned the strategic location of the Backyard Metropolis calls for that tourism and the artistic arts trade be taken severely.

He mentioned the nation would get revenue after the completion of the mission if points of their tradition just like the Adowa and Kete was packaged nicely.

The Mayor additionally famous that when the native financial system of Kumasi was developed, the Meeting would have the ability to sort out issues of sanitation, potholes and poor lighting system.

He assured the contractor of the meeting’s assist to allow him do an excellent job and admonished him to work onerous for the mission to be accomplished, commissioned and put to make use of earlier than he leaves workplace because the mayor.

When accomplished, the amphitheater can have a 1,000-seating capability with a spillover anytime the necessity arises. It additionally has a high cowl which makes it ultra-modern.


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