Shops close in parts of Accra for burial of high priest

Shops close in parts of Accra for burial of high priest

Business activities in some parts of Accra, specifically Nungua, Spintex and its environs have come to a stall because of a ban by the Nungua Traditional Council.

Shops close in parts of Accra for burial of high priest

Shops close in parts of Accra for burial of high priest

Following the final funeral rites of the high priest of the Ga-Dangme state, Wur-lomor Borketey Larweh-Tsuru I, the streets in the above areas were deserted on Thursday from 10pm.

The ban on business activities continues today [Friday] from 6am to 6pm.

According to a report by Citi FM, “no shop has been opened and no commercial activities are going on.”

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Commercial banks like ADB, Ghana Commercial and other financial institutions have all closed to the public.

Meanwhile, the police administration says there is no curfew on the Nungua township and its environs.

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