December 10, 2011 From: Ghana Myjoyonline.com
Two days ago, we woke up to a very disheartening and heartbreaking news that a combined team of police and the military, facilitated by the Ga East Municipal Assembly in the wee hours of the day, stormed the Dome market and raided the entire market stalls, destroying the entire belongings of the unsuspecting market women and also depriving them of a place to sell their wares and keeping body and soul together.
What is even more inhumane and nauseating is the ill-timing of the raid; just around the time when Christmas is fast approaching, a period where these sellers are supposed to sell and eke out a living to celebrate the yuletide, such barbaric act could be unleashed on them.
In fact these men and women who sell in the market have not only lost the places they sell but have also lost most of their wares.
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