Sheep supposedly marching through KCM

by: michael eli dokosi /                                   

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kumasi-cityAs Kumasi city dwellers went agog with the newly erected US$95 million dollar retail facility, Kumasi City Mall, a few visuals since the opening led to trolls doing what they do best but the ‘teasing’ hasn’t been well received by some.

The A-grade shopping and recreational centre opened to the public on Thursday, located at Asokwa on the confluence of Lake Road, Yaa Asantewa Road and Hudson Street covering a total land area of 15.4 acres.

What stunned observers however was a photo of sheep marching through a mall claimed to be the Kumasi City Mall with bewildered folks looking on.

Then there was a damsel laying on the ground for a photo pose near a stand at the supposed mall with broad smiles.

Then a Musah Riri, Facebooker added photos having supposedly been at the mall intimating “Kumasi Shopping Moore” instead of Kumasi Shopping Mall.

Then there was a photo of a woman who appeared to be selling herbs beaming with smiles strolling through the mall.

While a falling escalator user topped it all up rather nicely.

Enjoy the images and video from the newest mall in town.

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