Illegal mining has become issues the government of Ghana is finding all possible means to put a stop to that illegal mining but it seems the fight has become very tough.
Many people lost their lives because of illegal mining popularly known as Galamsey.
Some children where spotted in a video digging the ground with a aim of getting gold from the soil.
According to the video one of the boys was digging the soil while the others were washing the soil to get gold from it.
This Galamsey issues is really causing massive problem to the country because after digging the soil they have to wash it in order to check if they find gold in the soil. This destroys our water bodies and makes the treatment of the water for our consumption very difficult.
Please click on the link below to watch the video of this young boys engaging in the act of Galamsey.
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