The Concerned Barbers and Hairdressers Association of Ghana, a group which has been set up by people in the hairdressing and cutting field located at the Wassa East District at the Western Region, have expressed their concern in regards to the ongoing power crisis which is causing the loss of their businesses.
According to the leader of the Concerned Barbers Association, Mr. Oduro Christian, he has about eleven (11) barbershop in the district expressed that, the ‘Dumsor’ has become a destruction to the barbershop and salon business, he told Sweet FM Reporter, Listowel Aboagye Dacosta.
“Because of this ‘Dumsor,’ there have been some sort of a misunderstanding between shop owners and employees because of record in low sales which has led to others losing their jobs, and to worsen issues, destroying equipment used for the business,” he said.
The leader of the Concerned Hairdressers Association, Madam Abigail Kesse also disclosed her keen concern about the ‘dumsor’ situation.
“Some of my colleagues have closed down their shops because people don’t even come again because of this ‘dumsor.’ The coronavirus has already spoiled our business, and just when we thought we could come back to our feet, ‘dumsor’ has also revealed itself,’ she said.
They are therefore pleading to the government to do something about the situation before they lose their source of livelihood.