A/R: Go and sell cocaine if economy is hard- Minister tells Kumasi traders

Ashanti Regional Minister, Simon Osei Mensah has called on traders in the Kumasi metropolis to consider the option of selling cocaine and other narcotic substances to enhance their economic well being if they think the economic is hard.

Osei Mensah while addressing a crowed largely consisting of traders in Kumasi during a sanitation event oranised by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly warned the traders to vacate from the pavements around the Suame roundabout.

Traders in the Kumasi metropolis of the Ashanti Region ,especially those in front of the Suame Roundabout market have been asked to go do ”Cocaine” business if they think the economy is too hard for them.Ashanti regional minister,Mr.Simone Osei Mensah has indicated.

Speaking at the Pre-launch of ”Keep the city clean and green” project held in Kumasi,the regional minister who was on top of his voice indicated,it was time traders in the metropolis should be law abiding.

He said,the work of the traders in the metropolis were making the work of city authorities in the region very difficult as most of the traders have been adamant to bare with city authorities laws.

”We forgave you in our previous decongestion but for this time,we will not spare you”he said at the event.
”When we tell you to vacate and relocate to satellite markets,you reply by saying market is not good at such places…..If you think you don’t make good money at the market,go and do COCAINE business,that you would be better of”He fumed.


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