The traders who expressed worry over the situation, told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) that this has created limited space for buyers thereby making free movement impossible at the market place.
Mrs Cecilia Nyarko, a trader, said the traffic situation and the number of people in town have worsened the situation, although most of the people were only window shopping and not buying much.
Mr. Foster Quarshie, a buyer, said the situation had also amounted to long traffic jam and queues at various lorry stations and as such had to pack his car at a nearby car park and continue the rest of the journey on foot.
?A taxi driver refused to pick me saying that he cannot be in that huge traffic,? Mr Alfred Asante told the GNA.
Madam Ama Fosu said though a lot of people were in town, some were there for their shoddy acts and as such advised buyers to be careful of thieves who take advantage of the situation to operate.