President John Dramani Mahama on Tuesday, November 29 commissioned the newly built Kotokuraba market in the Cape coast municipality in the Central Region.

Authorities have considered to allot some of the shops to market women who started trading first at the market, before reconstruction, President Mahama disclosed.

 On his part, the chief of the Oguaa Traditional Area, Osabarima Kwesi Atta II, thanked the President for completing the project.

“…About four years ago this place was disorganised. The late President John Atta Mills saw the importance to develop the market. We thank you ( Mahama) and your team for the good work you have done,” he said, while asking traders to maintain the facility to keep it in good shape.

 The market has some ancillary facilities such as car park, water tanks, a solar system for emergency lighting, and a generator set. It also has CCTV cameras fitted for security purposes, fire hydrant, public address system, among others.

Source: kasapafmonline