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Sudan Ndugu
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#DentaaShow #ODANAnetwork #A&Cmall

He sold all his properties in America and Europe to set up A Solar powered shopping mall in Ghana!!

In this video, we'll be talking to the founder of A Solar powered shopping mall in GHANa, He sold all his properties in America and Europe to set up this mall.

If you're interested in understanding how he sustained A&C mall for so many years, then this is the video for you. We'll be talking to He about his experience, the mall's history, and the challenges he faced along the way. This is definitely a video you don't want to miss!

A&C Development was founded by Andrew and Cecilia Asamoah, the main objective of the company is to develop first-class, ultra-modern commercial lifestyle centers in Ghana.
Over nearly two decades, A&C has earned a reputation for creativity and innovation in the building industry and is perhaps best known for its flagship project A&C Mall – the first mall in Ghana, which evolved into the first mixed-use center, with a gross leasable area of 30,000m² laid out over five acres of prime land in the heart of Accra’s largest residential mid- to a high-end community of East Legon.

He built his first house at the age of 26 and at 68, Mr. Andrew Kwabena Asamoah, Executive Chairman of A & C Development Co. Ltd, which owns the A & C Shopping Mall (now A&C Square) at East Legon in Accra, is nowhere near taking a break from getting structures off the ground.

A former World Health Organisation (WHO) director, Mr. Asamoah had to brace enormous risk and defy various advice that malls would not do well in Ghana to construct the first landmark shopping mall in the country, the A&C Shopping Mall, which today has many other facilities.

Being a monument with astronomical investment, constructing the mall was not attractive even to the financial services sector and it took the tenacity and leadership of Mr. Asamoah to get the facility off the ground.

The executive chairman, therefore, went by a prudent plan to build the facility in phases; the main mall with a car park and children’s playground; a fitness center with an Olympic-size swimming pool, and two office blocks in two phases.

Not only did the facility put the country on the world stage, but it also brought a befitting status to the country as a growing economy with a growing middle class. Today, not only has the Andrew and Cecilia (A&C) Development Co he found making inroads in the real estate and consumer shopping sub-sectors, the Capital Finance International – a reputable print journal and online resource reporting on business, economics, and finance – has awarded Mr. Asamoah with the Corporate Leadership Award for 2013.

Andy is a brick-and-mortar sort of person, who likes everything construction, and real estate, explaining his passion to build his first house at age 26, to fulfill a desire to move his parents from a rented apartment into one they could call their own.

A&C Development is a fast-growing real estate and construction company that is building properties in many parts of the capital city, its flagship being the shopping mall.

In line with his philosophy to keep improving services and facilities on the premises to “wow” patrons of the mall, the company is continuously developing structures, improving services, and transforming the place to attract customers.

A&C Development has completed the construction of phase two fitness center and swimming pool and a third phase business plaza. The final phase four, a combination of an upscale retail and office plaza, is also completed. The expansion includes an underground car park.

Already, the company’s office and residential properties at East Legon, Dzorwulu, and other parts of the city are at different stages of development.

After obtaining a General Certificate of Education (G.C.E.) Ordinary Level and RSA certificate from Ghana, Mr. Asamoah qualified as a lawyer and obtained certificates in public relations, journalism, and many other disciplines from other jurisdictions.

Mr. Asamoah has had a fruitful career with the World Health Organisation (WHO), which started at the prime age of 22. His work within the WHO has taken him to the WHO Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, Nigeria right up to the WHO headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.

His hard work at WHO saw him rise through the ranks into various positions, including Chief of Personnel; Special Adviser to the Director-General of WHO on Constitutional Reforms and Regional Arrangements, and Director, Career Development Service/Global Security Coordinator.

He retired as the Director of Administration and Finance at the Regional WHO Office for Europe in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Sudan Ndugu
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