Shoprite, a South African retail chain, has announced that it will now be selling Banku and Kenkey for 29.99 cedis as part of its strategy to deal with economic conditions. This move is seen by many as a positive step, as it will make these staple foods more affordable for Ghanaians.
Banku and Kenkey are both traditional Ghanaian dishes made from fermented corn dough. They are a popular and affordable food source for many Ghanaians, but their prices have been rising in recent months due to economic inflation.
Shoprite’s decision to sell Banku and Kenkey for 29.99 cedis is a welcome relief for many Ghanaians who are struggling to make ends meet. It is also a sign that Shoprite is committed to the Ghanaian market and to providing its customers with affordable food options.
This move is part of Shoprite’s broader strategy to deal with economic conditions. The company has also announced that it will be freezing the prices of other essential items, such as rice, oil, and sugar. This is a positive step that will help to alleviate the burden on Ghanaian consumers.
The sale of Banku and Kenkey for 29.99 cedis is a good example of how businesses can work with the government to help Ghanaians during difficult times. It is also a reminder that there are still businesses that are committed to providing their customers with affordable and quality products.
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