Ratings of buyers on the New Kejetia Marketplace in Kumasi are as soon as once more counting their losses after some pipes within the facility burst and resulted in flooding, which has led to destruction to their items.
All over Citi Information’ seek advice from to the marketplace on Wednesday morning, the affected individuals had been noticed scooping water out in their stores.
The most recent incident brings to seven, the choice of instances the burst pipes have led to flooding and destroyed the wares of the buyers.
After the former incident on Monday, the leaders of the buyers on the marketplace in an interview with Citi Information stated they had been satisfied that in keeping with assurances from the control, such an incident won’t recur.
Alternatively, after lately’s incident, two dealer teams; 11 member steerage committee and anxious central marketplace buyers affiliation have determined to continue to courtroom to call for for reimbursement for all affected individuals.
The Common Secretary for the involved central marketplace buyers affiliation, Reuben Amey stated their determination to visit courtroom is the best choice to be had to them.
“Sadly for people that had their items destroyed, no reimbursement used to be paid to them, so marketplace leaders have requested buyers to split the destroyed wares from the ones that may be offered. We’d like to take a seat with control to in an instant to find reimbursement for them. If we don’t discover a strategy to this, it’ll stay going down.”
That is the umpteenth time the marketplace is recording one of these flooding incident.
Not too long ago, portions of the New Kejetia Marketplace in Kumasi flooded after a identical incident resulted in the destruction of the products of a few buyers.