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Military destroying seized galamsey equipment with bombs.

The Government of Ghana is attempting to beat the clock to save the country's water bodies a large portion of which have been obliterated by the exercises of unlawful excavators.

Examination has shown that Ghana may almost certainly need to import water from 2030 and as an action to deflect such a circumstance, President Akufo-Addo as of late started stage two of his administration's battle against unlawful mining.

From all that has been seen up until this point, the momentum Operation Halt, not at all like the Operation Vanguard attempted by the public authority nearly three years prior, utilizes more serious strategies pointed toward preventing unlawful diggers from getting back to annihilate the waterway bodies.

Recordings accessible to GhanaWeb demonstrate that not at all like beforehand when the hardware was seized by the military officials undertaking the activity, the current activity doesn't just guarantee through and through obliteration of the gear however utilizes bombs or explosives focused on forever debilitating such hardware including backhoe machines.

As of now, recordings of certain tractors and changfangs being scorched by the group have been coursing via web-based media.

While a cross-part of Ghanaians including some influenced diggers has protested the consuming and obliteration of the hardware, the Government of Ghana says it is resolved about the choice.

Talking at the Ministry of Information's Minister's Press Briefing on Tuesday, Defense Minister, Dominic Nitiwul, emphasized that administration will proceed in its determination to guarantee that all gear seized in the activity is annihilated.

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