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The Kumasi Central Market

The Kumasi Central Market (also known as Kejetia Market) is an open-air market in the city of Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti. Kumasi Central Market is in the rain forest bioregion of Ashanti on the Ashantiland Peninsula. Kumasi is approximately 300 miles (480 km) north of the Equator and 100 miles (160 km) north of the Gulf of Guinea. Kumasi is popularly known as “The Garden City” or “heart beat” of Ashanti and the Ashantiland Peninsula because of its many beautiful species of flowers and plants. The Kejetia market is the largest single market in West Africa. It has over 10,000 stores and stalls.

About The Market

Right in the heart of Kumasi is one of West Africa’s largest open air markets. It is bordered to the north by the Kumasi Cultural Centre and to the North West by the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. The southern part of the Kejeti amarket forms a border with Adum, the commercial centre of the cty. Virtually everything that one wants to purchase from a market can be found at Kumasi Central Market. Kejetia market ranges from gold jewelry and diamond jewelry handcrafted by the Ashantis, food, Ashanti kente clothing fabrics and footwear by Printex, spices, grains, and toiletries. If a person is traveling with someone, it is necessary to stay close since it is very easy to lose one another and easy to lose one’s way. Kejetia market is  a great place to buy fabric such as the Ashanti people’s kente clothing, and

see a huge Kejetia market, full of everyday hustle and bustle. Suame Magazine, Kumasi Suame Magazine is an industrialized area with many workshops for metal engineering and vehicle repairs in Ghana, employing an estimated 200,000 workers. It is located 10 kilometers from Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. It is in the Suame constituency of Ghana and part of the KMA’s administrative district. It is the most industrialized zone in Ghana and one of the largest industrialized zones in Africa.

Suame Magazine

Suame Magazine is an industrialized area with many workshops for metal engineering and vehicle repairs in Ghana, employing an estimated 200,000 workers. It is located 10 kilometers from Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region. It is in the Suame constituency of Ghana and part of the KMA’s administrative district. It is the most industrialized zone in Ghana and one of the largest industrialized zones in Africa