Traders at the Wa Central Market have expressed serious concerns over invasion of stray livestock in the market.
Stating their ordeal, the market women says they are being disturbed by these livestock whose owners are unknown. They noted, most affected traders are cereal and grains sellers, vegetable sellers are not also left out as the animals makes their way to chop their items which are display for sale. This they say, is putting most of them on financial crises.
The traders are urging the Wa Municipal Assembly headed by Mr. Issahaku Tahiru Moomin, Wa Municipal Chief Executive to put strict rules in place against the owners of the animals so that, traders can trade their produce in a peaceful manner.
The Municipal environment officer, Mr. Mornah has been urged to take swift measures to eradicate the situation as they said it has resulted in debt and losses incurred by some market women.
Some of these stray animals include sheep, goats. They most disturb during market days.
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