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“TRADERS RELOCATES FROM KEJETIA TO ACHEAMFOUR SHOPS TO REMAIN CALM” KMA URGES.

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) has urged all traders who were relocated from Kejetia to the Acheamfour shops following the Kejetia/Central Market Redevelopment Project to remain calm as the Assembly has take note of the locking up of their shops by the Acheamfour Group of Companies Limited without recourse to KMA.

 

In a statement signed and presented by the Public Relation Officer (PRO) Mr Godwin Okumah Nyame disclosed and assured that the Assembly is working towards the re-opening of the shops by the Acheamfour Group of Companies Ltd to enable them continue with their businesses.

The Assembly therefore entreats the traders not to take the law into their hands as “two wrongs do not make a right” the statement added.

It however assured that all necessary steps are also being taken to settle the differences between the Assembly and the Acheamfour Group of Companies Ltd as soon as praticable.

“The Assembly therefore regrets any inconvenience that the Locking up of the shops might have caused” the stated declered.

Read the full statement below……………

OUR REF NO.: V 164/184/01F/56 DATE: 9TH January, 2019

PRESS RELEASE:
KMA CALLS ON TRADERS RELOCATED FROM KEJETIA
TO ACHEAMFOUR SHOPS TO REMAIN CALM

The Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly ( KMA) wishes to inform all traders who were relocated from Kejetia to the Acheamfour shops as part of the Kejetia/Central Market Redevelopment Project that it has taken note of the locking up of their shops by the Acheamfour Group Company Limited without recourse to KMA.

The Assembly therefore calls on the affected traders to remain calm as it works towards the re-opening of the shops by the Acheamfour Group Company Ltd to enable them continue with their businesses.

KMA therefore entreats the traders not to take the law into their hands as two wrongs do not make a right.

The Assembly regrets any inconvenience that the locking up of the shops might have caused and wishes to emphasize that all necessary steps are also being taken to settle the differences between the Assembly and Acheamfour Group Company Ltd as soon as practicable.

GODWIN OKUMAH NYAME
(PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER)
FOR: METRO CHIEF EXECUTIVE

DISTRIBUTION
ALL MEDIA HOUSES
KUMASI.

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