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Informal traders get free space at Olufuko

Informal traders get free space at Olufuko

Maria David

AFTER the provision of free selling space at the Olufuko Center, more than 100 informal vendors will celebrate Independence Day in style.

Erginus Endjala, the governor of Omusati, said that they also wanted to see their informal traders celebrate the day in style for the benefit of the nation.

As a result, Endjala said that they found a space for their vendors’ to conduct business in.

FREE TRADE: Informal traders to do business at the Olufuko Centre for free during Independence Day celebration. -Photo: Maria David.

He added that they anticipate welcoming a large number of visitors during the celebration, and traffic will also rise. As a result, they wish to accommodate vendors in one area for their safety.

“By doing this, we are giving them a platform to interact with as many people as they can during the day,” he said.

He further added that informal traders are the foundation of the economy and must always be given support.

Despite the fact that there are more informal traders than ever before, Endjala said that they are still the region’s top priority and that he will always look for methods to empower them.

Before March 21st, 2023, more vendors are anticipated to register their names to conduct business at the Center.

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