Minister for trade and industry, Hon Alan Kwadwo kyeremanten and his delegation from the ministry of trade and industry met with some officials of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly and The Ghana Union Of Traders to assess the extent of damage caused by the fire outbreak yesterday at the Makola market.
The minister noted that he was saddened by the loss to many many of the traders and assured them that the government is committed to partner with necessary stakeholders to help alleviate their pride and help them back to their businesses as quick as possible
Hon Alan Kwadwo kyeremanten promised that the recent outbreaks of fires in market centres are becoming alarming and the government is forming a strong committee to probe the fires in the country and begin an immediate investigation and inform and guide the government on the way forward.
He promised all affected traders government's imminent support to get their stuff back and start trading.
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