The County Government of Busia through the Public Works Directorate in the Infrastructure and Energy Department has conducted an inspection of the Angórom Market in Angórom ward in Teso South Sub County.
The Market, which consists of 28 stalls and two Annex shops that will be used as a store and office, is almost complete according to the Clerks of Works in charge of Teso South Sub County Mr. Nicholas Memosa.
The stalls have a table top and lockable cabinet for traders to store their products as well as power and lighting circuits which will facilitate business operations up to late hours.
Area residents have welcomed the project saying it would transform their businesses once it is complete.
They have hailed area Mca James Ongóle and Busia governor Sospeter Ojaamong for initiating the project saying it will go a long way in opening up the area for commercial purposes.
The residents who included Moses Emopus, Kevin Obwana and Kennedy Omusugu urged other leaders and well wishers to help jump start other stalled market projects around the County for the betterment of the people.