Business mogul Sule Baah Bitee, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Oman Berlyn GH Ltd, has urged the Government of Ghana to address the activities of scrap dealers in the country.
According to Bitee, these dealers engage in various unethical behaviours while seeking scraps, which is a cause for concern.
In an interview with Oyerepa News, the CEO expressed his frustration with the extent to which these dealers pollute the environment and steal from the people of Kumasi City.
Bitee explained that scrap dealers often enter homes and steal utensils, and sometimes even cut electricity cables after the occupants have left for work.
He warned that if no action is taken, they may escalate their activities to stealing high-tension electricity cables along various routes.
Furthermore, Bitee raised concerns about the increasing rate of daylight robbery in Kumasi City.
He revealed that several customers who purchased phones and other items from his shop have reported cases of robbery in broad daylight within the main central business district of Kumasi, specifically Pampaso, Kejetia, and Adum.
In light of these issues, Bitee called upon the police and city authorities to take responsibility and address this problem in order to ensure the safety of the people.
Source: Oyerepafmonline.com / Joseph Marfo