Ghana's Osu Oxford Street Mall closed
From MyJoyOnline.com - Jan 6th 2014, 11:56
AMA locks up Osu Oxford Street Mall
The AMA (Accra Metropolitan Assembly) closed down the Osu Oxford Street Mall last month.
According to AMA officials owners of the mall did not have the requisite occupancy certificate.
The mall was opened late last year and has since been in brisk business, albeit concerns the mall will bring traffic to an already congested vicinity.
The AMA had began an operation to let traffic flow to rid the city of needless vehicular traffic during the Christmas festivities but its axe fell heavily on the Shoprite mall.
With chains and padlocks the AMA officials locked up the mall in mid-December 2013. .Copyright 2012 Myjoyonline.com All Rights Reserved.
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