W/R Minister celebrates Ghana’s 66 Aniversary Prade in ‘made in Tadi’ car

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During the 66th Independence Day celebrations in Sekondi-Takoradi, Western Regional Minister Kwabena Okyere Darko Mensah made a noteworthy gesture by inspecting the guard of honour and parade in a locally-built car.

The car, made entirely from local materials, was crafted by a skilled Takoradi-based auto mechanic known as Inventor 1.


Although it remains unclear why the minister chose to ride in the locally-made car, onlookers at the ceremony praised his actions and expressed hope that it would encourage the use of made-in-Ghana products.


The Western Region anniversary celebrations were held at the Sekondi Gyendu Park and were attended by school children and personnel from selected security agencies in the region.


The ceremony also featured a display of other impressive made-in-Takoradi cars, showcasing the ingenuity and creativity of local artisans. Overall, the event served as a testament to the potential of locally-sourced materials and locally-based manufacturing to drive economic growth and development in Ghana.


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