Where fire has swept through several shops at footware section of the Kumasi Central Market. The describing properties were thousands of Ghana cedis. The fire said to have started around 8:00pm from one of the shops quickly spread to other structures. Victims has started counting their lost and trying to savage some of their properties. Items including leather bags, Shoes, slippers and sandals were burnt in the fire.
However, the official cause of the fire is not yet known l. Affected shop owners are appointing to the activities of a black smith. The victims wants government assistance to rebuild their businesses.
Fire fighters were said to have to have had a high time putting off the fire. As they struggled to get access through the congested market place. Meanwhile officials of NADMO visited the fire scene to ascertain the extend of damage.
The victims expressed readiness to evacuate the place to pave way for the construction of the second face of the market. But unconditioned that city authorities should find a convenient trading space for them.
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