The fight against galamsey in Ghana is now a national issue and all of us has a role to play. Indeed, all the lands and waters are now turning into coffee. Strong actions are needed to prevent this illegal mining to protect our country. Our politicians and chiefs are not to be blamed this time. We must all come together to fight illegal mining since it’s causing massive damage in this country. It is never right at this time to blame our politicians and accuse them. Illegal mining or galamsey is now becoming a headache, and we must all be committed to fighting that. Ghana will only have a better ending if better policies are implemented today to fight illegal mining.
Now with the issue of burning excavators as part of our strategies to fight Galamsey needs to be corrected in my opinion. Galamsey or illegal mining is a national war and all of us has a role to play. Natural resources are the foundation of every country development and Ghana needs them. Let us all come together to criticize and prevent illegal mining. Ghana is only one, and we will have nowhere to go after being destroyed.
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