According to Joy 99.7 FM today on Twitter, it has predicted the state of Ghana's water in 2030. Water as known has become very scarce in Ghana of late and experts are blaming water pollution to be the cause.
They claim there will be water shortage in Ghana and due to that we will start importing water from other countries. Illegal Minning also known as (Galamsey) is known to be the main cause of water pollution Ghana, followed by the other means.
Government has promised to do everything it could but it seems all are in vain. According to Joy FM the attitude is supposed to end in order to save more water for the near future. Their predictions seems true due to the current complains and other predictions from experts.
Today on their Twitter handle, they posted a post addressing the current situation at hand which is the rate at which water is being polluted and the consequences Ghana might face in the near future.
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