Sunyani Traditional Council has embarked on an action to force traders who have violated a seven day ultimatum to move from along the streets to an allocated place for them at the Nana Bosoma market in the city.
In an interview with Kwabena Obeng Akrofi on Ark in the Morning a representative from the Traditional Council noted that the activities of the street traders had contributed to the huge human and traffic congestion especially at the city centre.
Another representative of the council, Nana Aboaa Boahemaa, Dwantoahemaa who doubles as President of Sunyani Market Women Association, explained that the council gave the ultimatum to allow for the smooth flow of especially vehicles.
She said the ultimatum was specifically issued to those without permanent business outlets but most of them had refused to bulge thus the decision by the council to punish them.
Nana Adom Manu, spokesperson of the President of Sunyani Traditional Council, told Kwabena Obeng Akrofi the Sunyani Municipal Assembly had failed to discharge its mandate, forcing the council to take charge to save the beauty of the regional; capital.