”Even with the old people, when you send the papers to them they will say that ’we've heard everything in radio.’
We just hope and pray that the ones left will live longer so they keep buying the papers else our business will collapse,” Yeboah said.
Being in the business for over 10 years, he mostly delivers newspapers to homes and offices before setting up the newsstand.
”It is profitable but I have another side business that supports me. As a family man, you need to do more to survive,” he added.
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