SOME traders at the Kumasi Central Market have started rebuilding their stores and stalls, which got burnt in a fire outbreak at the French Line portion of the market last Saturday.
During a visit to the site by the Daily Graphic yesterday, masons and carpenters were seen busily working to re-construct the burnt structures.
When contacted, the Kumasi Metropolitan Chief Executive, Mr Samuel Sarpong, said the ultimate objective of the assembly was to get the market reconstructed.
He, however, said much as the assembly would not immediately stop the traders from rebuilding their burnt structures, nobody should blame the assembly in the event of any future destruction to pave the way for proper development of the place.
The market was engulfed in a blaze in the early hours of Saturday, destroying more than 800 stores and stalls.