Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 434 If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share!I am not a fan of second hand fashion markets as evident in the article “Second Hand Cloths in Africa; Help? Or An Attack on The African Fashion Industry?“, however this is beyond tragic. That some of the poorest traders whom have invested a major amount of the resources sit back and watch their whole investment burn to ashes. Property worth thousands of Ghana Cedis were destroyed when fire gutted the Kantamanto market on Sunday morning. According to personnel from the Fire Service, the location of the shops and the geography of the area affected the fire fighting efforts. Luckily there has been no reports of any lives lost. However the tragedy goes a long way leaving families and traders in serious tears. See images by Emmanuel Bobby here. More Articles You Would Love South Africa: City of Cape Town partners with AFI for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week #MUSICVID: Fashion Designer Lakopué Gives Life To Stonebwoy & Focalist’s New Music Video ‘ARIBA’ 2nd hand marketafrican fashiondeath tollfashionfireghanaKantamanto Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail More For You New Fashion Brand Aso Nigeria Presents The Lookbook For Their Debut Collection ‘THE... Ghanaian Designer Kwado_Man Is About To Set Off A Whole New Trend With... White Australians Set To Vote If Original Black Australian Should Have Human Rights... VIDEO: Naomi Campbell Scoops Two Seperate Awards This Week For Her Fight Against... #OOTD: Former Miss Cote d’Ivoire 2005 Sery Dorcas Isn’t Not Playing When It... Adidas Takes A Big Loss Working With Beyonce’s ‘Ivy Park’ & Cuts Ties... Ghanaian Fashion Illustrator Awarded The First Graduate Award By The Fashion Trust U.S. Police Show Up To Rihanna’s Home To Detain A Stranger Who Attempted To... #OOTD: Akosua Vee May Just Be Attempting To Revive African Prints In The... The Macallan Hosts Accra’s Entertainment And Business Industries To Splendid Experience You must log in to post a comment.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.