Business Activities Paralysed in Ekiti Abattoirs
Business activities were on Monday paralysed in most of the abattoirs in Ekiti state following the death of the chairman of the State Butcher Association, Alhaji Aliu Nurudeen.
Radio Nigeria correspondent who visited one the abattoir along Iworoko Road, Ado Ekiti, reports that those that came to purchase meat went home disappointed.
Two of them, Mrs. Deola Monilola and a food seller, Mrs. Ayoola Aduloju expressed dissatisfaction over the development, saying they would not be able to get meat for their customers and family members.
Also, some food sellers in the abattoir said that the death of the chairman would rob them the opportunity to make money today with fear that the food they had prepared would spoil.
In an interview, one of the meat sellers, Alhaji Musa Adigun explained that the development was as a result of the death of their chairman, Alhaji Nurudeen, saying that business activities would open tomorrow across the state.
The chairman died at the age of fifty-one years.