According to Afia Pokua, the host of United tv’s Critical Issues show, Ghanaians are not ready to fight illegal mining popularly known as galamsey in the communities and have neglected the fact that the water bodies and lands are being destroyed.
She went on to say that if Ghanaians are angry enough, the rise in illegal mining will be stopped in their various communities. She said that the citizens should mass up and go to the galamsey field and stop all those mining with force.
She also stressed the fact that Ghanaian citizen are allowing foreigners and political leaders to destroy the country and a time will come that Ghana has to import water from Burkina Faso because they have allowed the galamsers to destroy the water bodies.
She then concluded that Ghanaians should mass up and demonstrate against illegal mining in the forests and the water bodies.
Do you agree with the statements of Afia Pokua that Ghanaians are not angry enough with the effects of galamsey?
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