‘No money to rent Kejetia market store, I do it mobile’ – Theophilus, graduate hustler in Kumasi speaks

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The Kumasi Central Market (also known as Kejetia Market) is an open-air market in the city of Kumasi. Statistically, Kejetia market is the largest single market in West Africa. It has over 10,000 stores and stalls.

After reconstruction by NDC’s John Drama ah Mahama, news went viral that the price of Kejetia shops ranges from GH¢7,800, GH¢11,000, GH¢12,000, GH¢16,000, GH¢18,000, GH¢20,000, GH¢24,000 to GH¢41,560″.

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And considering the exorbitant cost of the shops, only the rich had access leaving the legal hustlers to their fate as in the case of Theophilus K. Appiah, a young Kumasi-based graduate.

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In an interview with Ruthy, host of SayIt TV, Theophilus K. Appiah revealed that he desires to have a big shop, but there’s no money, reason why he has resorted to the mobile market to sell his provisions.

“I am a youth and now coming. I will not get huge money to rent stores and I won’t do robbery too. So, the little I can do for now is the mobile marketing …” Theophilus stated.

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In the interview, Theophilus sounded optimistic about a prosperous future as sales keep improving when er he steps out, especially at Kumasi Bantama market.

Watch the inspiring interview below:

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