Traders at the Kumasi Central market are crying bitterly over the unfair treatment metted out to them by the city authorities and the Contractor incharge of building the Central market.
The traders earlier this week stormed the office of the Regional Minister designate, Hon. Simon Osei Mensah after been evicted to pave way for construction of Kumasi Central Market without any notice.
Some of the traders speaking to Silver fm’s reporter, Akwadaa Nyame, monitored by Africannewsgh said, the action they took didn’t yield any results.
According to them, the authorities should have given them a place to ply their goods before evicting them.
They threathend to destroy the fences that had been used to fence the whole place to enable them ply their goods.
Reacting to this, the Public Relation Officer at the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA), Madam Henritta Aboagye in an interview with Nana Ampratwum on Silver fm Omanbapa morning show said, the authorities are in the process of peparing a conducive place for the traders to ply their goods.