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Sekondi–Takoradi Mayor warns traders who are back on walkways.

Sekondi – Takoradi Mayor, Abdul Issah Mumin has warned that traders who have come onto the road and walkways to trade even though they have been allocated shops at the New makeshift Market will have their shops reallocated. “Almost everyone has been given a shop or a shed inside the main areas. But what I have observed is that most of them have move from their sheds and shops and have come onto the roads to trade because everyone is selling on the roads and they believe that is where they will catch the customers”.

He laments the activities of these recalcitrant traders are causing nuisance at the new market.

Trading activities are gradually picking up at the relocated site for traders at the Takoradi Market close to the Ahenfie Hotel. The usually brisk atmosphere characteristic of a thriving market now greets buyers.

But the worrying trend is that all the streets including walkways have been taken over by traders making it difficult to move from one end of the market to the other.

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Abdul Issah Mumin Sekondi Takoradi


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