Pulse Business earlier reported the skepticism of traders about market stalls being allocated equitably to those who have been affected by demolition works leading to the commencement of the Kejetia/Central Market Redevelopment Project, which is being undertaken at a cost $298 million.
This will help in allocating shops to the traders after the market has been reconstructed.
Mayor Kojo Bonsu again revealed to Pulse Business that the exercise will include the records of names, photographs and biometric data of the traders.
" Anyone who registers in the exercise will not be charged for stalls when the reconstruction is done. This will be a very beneficial process for us in KMA and ensure equitable allocation for the traders"