- Tomato sellers at CMB in Accra have been captured on video brushing themselves in close shaves in the quest to procure the vegetables
- A few of the market women who were interviewed stated they decided to ignore COVID-19 to grapple as the goods are becoming scarce
- A particular lady mentioned that God will protect and take care of all of them
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A huge crowd of tomato sellers at the CMB Market in Accra have been captured in a video battling one another in very close physical contact as the prices of the vegetables increased and each wanted some for themselves.
In a video report sighted by YEN.com.gh on TV3 Ghana's official Facebook handle, one of the vendors spoke on camera indicating that they previously bought the goods at GHC 800 but they are now being sold for GHC 1400.
This probably explains why all the market women were over one another in an attempt to procure some of the fast-getting-scarce goods for themselves.
Watch the video below:
According to the lady, they know very very well the dangers in crowding together for the goods in relation to the pandemic COVID-19 but they chose to do it because it became highly necessary.
She went a step further to mention that they had confidence in hand-sanitizers that they all would use to 'treat' themselves when they are done grappling for the goods.
A different lady among the tomato vendor who was quizzed on the nature of their crowding stated that none of them had come from infected countries and therefore stand at no risk of contracting the disease.
She was quick to add that even if there is anyone among them who may be infected, God would protect all the rest from COVID-19.
In other news, individuals from other countries in and out of Africa have taken to Twitter to rant on why their countries do not implement rapid activities against COVID-19 like Ghana
Comments sighted came from Namibians, Kenya, South Africans, Nigerians, and the British among others
This comes on the back of a massive fumigation exercise that was carried out in major markets in Ghana's capital city
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