Low patronage forces coffin sellers to sell on credit

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Casket sellers in the Greater Accra region of Ghana are complaining of low sales.

According to them, people no more buy coffins the way they used to and this isn’t good for business at all.

Managing Director of Adjei and Brothers Wood Works, Adjei Boye Okaine, who’s into Coffin business has said that they have reduced prices of coffins just to boost sales but even with this, people are still not buying.

He noted that though they have been forced to reduce prices, they are also forced to give some out on credit to survive.

“We now give the coffins out on credit just to make ends meet. Our business is on the verge of collapse,” he stated on Adom FM’s Work and Happiness show, Friday.

Mr Okaine, whose business is at the Korle-Bu Mortuary road in Accra, said his capital has been locked up due to low patronage.

“I can’t pay my workers and my prayer is to get more buyers for my beautiful coffins,” he said.

The coffin dealer, who has over 30 years experience, said they always pray for increased sales.

“No matter what we will all die so it is not a sin for us to pray for high sales,” he added.

Mr Okaine said Mondays and Tuesdays are market days because bereaved families normally purchase the products on these days for burial ceremonies.



Source: celebritiesbuzz.com


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Kennedy Mornah is an Award Winning Ghanaian Journalist with over two decades of experience in the Ghanaian Media landscape spanning the electronic, print and digital media. He is a Media Consultant, a Corporate MC, Radio and TV Host, Founder and Publisher of the Maritime and Transport Digest Newspaper, Businessman, a Go getter and an optimist. He has worked for renowned media organizations including Diamond Fm in Tamale, Luv Fm in Kumasi, Oman Fm in Accra and Starr Fm in Accra In 2017 he received the Reporter of the Year Award at the Ghana Shippers Awards in Accra, Ghana.

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