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  • Writer's pictureNana yaw Dynamic

Kumasi Central Market traders threaten to move into uncompleted market space

Traders at Kumasi Central Market have taken steps to migrate their merchandise and items to the incomplete market site on the off chance that the development firm doesn't eliminate all barricades by Sunday, May 19, 2024.


This final offer is a reaction to what the brokers portray as drawn out defers in finishing the market's subsequent stage. In a request dated May 14, 2024, they communicated their dissatisfaction with the Akufo-Addo organization, refering to carelessness and inability to finish the task, which has harmed their organizations because of unacceptable circumstances. The venture has been slowed down for north of 18 months in view of the renegotiation of a credit understanding following Ghana's choice to look for a monetary bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).


The merchants blamed the public authority for disregarding their supplications and neglecting to fulfill fruition time constraints. To press their requests, the merchants have arranged a five-day persistent showing to advocate for the resumption of work on the task. They have given Contracta Development Organization Restricted a seven-day final proposal to eliminate all blockades around the site or face the outcomes of their occupation.


Also, the merchants are in conversations with the Ghana Police Service to get consent for their exhibition, as per Article 21(1d) of the 1992 Constitution of the Republic of Ghana.

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