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Phase One of the project, which involved the reconstruction of the Kejetia Market, began in 2015.
The facility, which was due for completion in January this year, was delayed following some legal issues the Assembly had with private developers at the project site.
The Kejetia Redevelopment Project site includes about 8,300 selling points, police stations, banks, two sewage treatment plants and a day nursery, among other facilities.
The second and third phases, which will cost €248 million, will entail the renovation of the Central Market and will be done in two parts.
Today, a lot of issues are raising by some of the traders about the relocation. Listen to the audio below for more: