Atuobi Debrah Kissi, the General Manager of Belfast Management Limited has lamented the effect of the coronavirus pandemic at the hospitality enterprise, holding on that it’ll take the enterprise months to redeem the setback.
According to him the virus and its surplus have disabled activities in the quarter and it’ll take some time for investors to gain the advantages of their investments.
Speaking at a client engagement occasion on Friday October 8, 2020, Mr Debrah Kissi appealed to authorities to aid the enterprise with unique moives that will assist them lessen the effect of the virus.
He stated that the notwithstanding the resuming of the airport, the enterprise remains reeling from the effect of the virus and a stimulus bundle tailored for their need will show handy in their sustenance.
“The hotel industry has been hit the hardest because our industry business is based on people coming in and out of the country and borders were closed for over six months which meant that we weren’t getting businesses for these months but we found a way to survive”.
“Now that the borders have reopened, I’m hopeful that things will get back to normal in no time soon. I’m hopeful things will get better in December and we will kick off from there”