Death remains one of the most scary and teary experiences for anyone. The same does not go for coffin sellers in Accra who say the more people die, the more their business thrive.
But unfortunately, this has not been the case in 2016 as the low death rates in the country is seeing coffin sellers pray to God for an intervention.
“Much as we are not praying for people to die, I must also confess that our livelihood is derived from the number of coffins we sell in the year. The market was not good last year as the nation recorded low deaths compared to previous years, ” Agyekum Darkwah Junior, a coffin seller told the Ghana News Agency(GNA) at Korle-Bu hospital during an interview.
The interview, GNA learns, follows an overall assessment of business growth in Ghana during 2016 were most business cried on a slackened economy.
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