I write this letter to express my thoughts to you on the recent notice given to the A-line traders of Ariaria International Market, to relocate to Ekumi Plaza, for the remodeling of the road network in Ariaria.
First and foremost, I want to appreciate the good plan you for the traders of the A-line section of Ariaria Market, especially as the issue of the flooding of the market, has become a very embarrassing situation for the Abia State Government. However, I urge you to allow the traders of the Ariaria International Market, carry our this road project by themselves, just as they have proposed.
In my opinion, the Abia State Government should give the trader's association a blueprint for the remodeling of the A-line roads and set up a supervisory committee, to ensure strict adherence to the blueprint.
As we speak, many Ariaria traders have refused to relocate to the new site, hence, I urge you to avoid any situation that could lead to crisis in Abia State.
Dear Nigerians, what is your take on the planned relocation of the shops at A-line, in Ariaria International Market?
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