They are therefore threatening appealing to the government to come their aid or face their wrath in the next general elections.
The irate traders in an interview with Silver FM's Akwadaa Nyame, pointed out the inhumane treatment meted out to them by government officials in the region over their trading locations.
They alleged that these authorities have discriminately denied them places to trade.
The traders indicated that they have been evicted from their place without assurance of relocation hence calling on the authorities to rescind their decision and find them a befitting place before evacuation.
"Our blood pressure had risen up due to the situation we are facing"
''We pay our taxes a responsible citizens of this country and so if the authorities are treating us like strangers on this land then we will also tell them four years is not far from today, we the traders in the Ashanti Region, a stronghold of the NPP will vote the NPP out in 2024''
appeal to President and the NPP in the Ashanti
Another trader alleged that she has paid an amount of GHC 5000 to the authorities for store but to no avail.,
In reaction, the Personal Aid to the Mayor, Mr. George Amponsah has refuted the claims describing it as misinformation on the part of the traders.
According to him, the leaders and representatives of these aggrieved traders have failed to communicate to these traders the plans and decisions of the Assembly about their relocation before eviction takes place.
Mr Amponsah who was speaking with Nana Ampratwum on Omanbapa Morning Show indicated that, timeline for the eviction has not taken effect thereby calling on the traders to corporate with the Assembly and ignore any false information.
He also elaborated that majority of these traders demonstrating against the Assembly have refused to trade inside the newly built Kejetia Market alluding it to low patronage and have resorted relocating to unauthorized location.
Last modified on Wednesday, 24 February 2021