Coffin vendors in Kumasi have regretted over unfortunate deals while cooperating with a journalist in the Ashanti Region.
They said the most terrible deals frequently happen around June and July on account of the blustery season and this year has been the same, though more regrettable.
The head of the vendors, Asokwa Yaw poured out his disappointment while addressing Osei Kwadwo of AMBASSADOR TV.
“Ghanaians don’t buy Coffins in June and July in rainy season and it influences our everyday deals” He made sense of “much as we are not petitioning God for individuals to kick the bucket, I should likewise admit that our work is gotten from the quantity of coffins we sell in the year.
It isn’t the case individuals don’t kick the bucket in the stormy season however relatives defer their memorial services due to the season so making great deals during the blustery season is troublesome.
At times we come here and return home with next to no deals in June and July except for the business will begin picking from August to December since burial services will begin in August.
I have had the option to sell 20 coffins inside this year 2022 from January-May but since of the downpours, I have not sold even 1 Coffin from June but rather I accept things will change from August to December.”