SOME of the traders at the Three Colors Market located in Dar es Salaam have asked the government to intervene in the ongoing dispute between them and the Temeke District Council.

The businessmen have told HabariLEO that they have frames and cages in the market since the 1980s, when the market was known as gangeni, being the property of their ancestors.

The chairman of the entrepreneurs, Hamis Makeo said that various efforts to return to the market have been made without bearing fruit.

The Temeke Council took over the area in 2019 and made it the property of the government as an official market and handed it over to other people.

As a result of the formalization, the people who developed the area are complaining to the council and a group called Umoja Wafanyabiashara Sokoni Rangitatu (Uwabisora