Wednesday, September 28, 2022

UK-Based Ghanaian Entrepreneur Storms Market With ‘Aqua Win’ Mineral Water

A brand new sachet and bottled drinking water, AquaWin Mineral Water, is set to hit the Ghanaian market in the coming days.

This sounds like a good news to the people and residents of Medie as the factory is located at the Samsam Junction, off the Nsawam- Kumasi road.

AquaWin Mineral, owned by UK-based Ghanaian Entrepreneur, Godwin Kofi Amedaho will officially be launched in the first week of January 2019.

In an exclusive interview with, the 22-year old Entrepreneur highlighted on the vision and mission of the new drinking water.

According to him, Aqua Win Mineral Water aims at becoming a generic name for mineral sachet and bottled water in Ghana with a unique taste by providing quality and pure natural freshness.

He said;

“We aim at becoming a household name when it comes to the sachet and bottled water in Ghana by providing good quality and pure natural freshness.”

Mr. Amedaho also stressed on curbing that longtime water problem in Medie and its close environs not forgetting about the many job opportunities for the Ghanaian youths.

“I have a mission of creating more job opportunities for the youth of Ghana and also aim at having the business across the country. Aquawin Mineral Water would be giving jobs to many youths in the country”

“Since the factory is located at Samsam junction, the people and residents of Medie and its close environs will now have access to clean drinking water at a very affordable price,” he noted.

He stated that his company would also open lots of distribution outlets across the nation for every Ghanaian to have a feel of Aquawin Mineral Water.

Mr. Amedaho advised the youths in Ghana to be creative and work hard towards achieving their owns and stop relying on the government for jobs.

“As the CEO of Aquawin Mineral Water, I’m looking at inspiring the youth to work hard, education is important though but the youth shouldn’t depend on government for jobs but rather we should be creative ourselves and work hard towards achieving our own goal,” he advised.

Source: / Frederick Noamesi