The Managing Editor of the Insight Newspaper, Kwesi Pratt Junior urges all Ghanaian citizen to fiercely take part in the fight against illegal mining (Galamsey) of our natural resources, to save the upcoming generation from disaster.
According to him, the fight against illegal mining (Galamsey), should not be left with only President Akuffo Addo and Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Honorable Samuel Abu Jinapor but all must get involved.
Speaking on Alhaji and Alhaji show (on Pan Africa TV), he said the future of the next generation depends on the success of the fight. Failure to participate in the fight, will lead to hunting the lives of upcoming children who are now growing up.
He further cautioned the government about its decision to and method adopted to purify the polluted water bodies. He said, the method is not the best way of treating the polluted waters due to Galamsey.
“The particles will only settle under the water, but the mercury and other poisonous chemicals will continue to kill the people, fishes, and farmlands around the river bodies”. He said emphatically that, the colour of the water does not determine its safety for drinking, and the authorities must take note, before adopting such method.
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