Retailers of African print fabrics at Osu-Ring way, a suburb of Accra, say that the sales generated from retailing African print fabrics have increased over time since high profile political figures began wearing it.
In an interview with gijonlinenews.com, the retailers expressed how enthused they were being in the business, since it has a very lucrative venture.
A ‘tie and dye’ and ‘batik’ fabrics retailer, James Alamie, disclosed that he is able to make a daily sale of about GH¢ 400.00 at minimum, which enables him to feed himself and his family.
The retailers however expressed their grievances concerning the sale of fake African print fabrics in the market and described that as a threat to their business, since it might kill the love their customers have for African print fabrics.
Story by: Victoria Awuah (Level 300 JN C)