The Post has gathered that the Kumasi Metropolitan Authority (KMA) will prevent traders from selling on the pavements in front of the new Kejetia Market.
Last week, the roads were opened to allow drivers to use the routes after it was blocked over a year ago.
The market, however, is yet to be opened to both traders and buyers.
Apart from the drivers who have been given access to use the roads, hawkers and traders who sell on pavements will not be allowed to sell in front of the market.
Hawking and selling on pavements is a big problem in the region. Shop owners most of the time complain about hawkers and traders selling the same things they sell in front of their shops, especially at Adum.
The move by KMA is to make sure that shop owners at the new Kejetia Market get into contact with the customers directly.
by: Nana Asabere