Kejetia stall allocation resumes, trading begins

Authorities of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) have resumed the allocation of stores/stalls in the newly constructed Kejetia Market to traders.

The first category of traders are expected to conduct business at the new Kejetia Market today.

The first category folks according to some estimates are GHc1,350.00 including traders who were occupants of the old Kejetia terminal engaged in lockable shops trading.

Mayor Osei Asibey Antwi of the KMA noted traders with physical cash are expected to make payments for the rental values to the assembly whiles those lacking the ability, have the opportunity to get loans from Fidelity Bank at a soft interest rate of 25%.

The bank has agreed to spread the payment for a period of five years.

He said traders who were genuinely validated are all entitled to the shops stressing the “non-validated list has been disposed.”

Source :

Goldstreetbusiness.com