Deaf people in Edo State have decried the shortage of sign language interpreters in public and private places, as well as in institutions in the state.
Mr Kingsley Eromosele, Chairman of Deaf People Association in the state, said the shortage of interpreters was excluding the deaf from society.
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Eromosele, who said this in an SMS interview on Monday, noted that most often interpreters were not readily available as their services were no longer free. (NAN).