The general Secretary of Loyal Citizens is calling on the President Akufo-Addo to extend the anti galamsey fight which is the operation halt to the office of the minerals commission and other government agencies that work in hand with the commission for the provision of mining licenses.
However, the secretary said this to the Youth of Twifo Praso as he engaged the youth on the hazards and dangers involved in mining on or close to water bodies and in reserved areas.
Meanwhile , he concluded that even though he disagrees with the President for the burning of excavators but says that is the price we pay when certain institutions that are supposed to supervise and monitor the activities of minners have abandoned their responsibilities.
Lets find a way of solving the problem against this fight than burning of the excavators in the forest which will not solve the problem.
The minerals commission can take up this task and regulate these miners from cause damages to the water bodies by checking on their activities to ensure they don't destroy the environment and the river bodies.
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