Via Guinéenews.org: Impact of hemorrhagic fever butchers: the market closed Dabola. Excerpt from a Google translation:
Butchery Bambeto the slaughterhouse Coléah, through vendors monkey meat to Bonfi or Tannery, complaints are the same. No customer since the announcement of Ebola in Guinea. The worst is feared with the closure of livestock market in Dogomet Dabola, one of the largest business centers of livestock Guinea has-been learned according to various testimonies.
Questioned by our reporter, Mamadou Samba Diallo, a butcher by the Coza Market, explains that his corporation has complied with enormous difficulties currently.
"Livestock prices rises significantly, and butchers are not good recipes. Since the announcement of fever, consumers are not rushing to our butchers. Yet I followed on TV that the disease is much related to wildlife and cattle. We are confused, our revenues declined. Previous contract, which takes place in Dogomet is the most famous market, has been postponed to avoid contamination group. Market has not occurred, nobody left. The result is that livestock is becoming increasingly scarce. And the clientele is very suspicious. If livestock is conveyed in large numbers, they save us but due to bowel livestock, there is more gut than meat quality. were earning much yesterday."
In front of the military camp Alpha Yaya Diallo, livestock traders sleep in the stables. Upon arrival, everyone rushes to our reporter. "Nothing works, no rush as before, all because of this nasty disease."
In Slaughterhouse Coléah also a seller of livestock, said they felt the impact. "The great cattle market which stood Dogomet was canceled last week. It was held every second Sunday. Merchants come from all of Middle Guinea, Upper Guinea, Guinea Forest and neighboring countries, they come from everywhere. But because of the disease, it has been canceled. All we want is the end of the illness and recovery of our activities."