Kevin Taylor on his With All Due Respect show reacted to the statement made by the president, H.E Nana Akufo Addo that, he will not prosecute any of his appointees involvement in Galamsey based on hearsay.
Kevin Taylor went on to say that, Nana Addo has failed in his fight against galamsey and has disappointed a lot of Ghanaians who voted for him based on his campaign against it.
He also alleged that, there are some big men in the New Patriotic Party, NPP who are involved in Galamsey and such of these men included Chairman Wontumi and every chief in the Ashanti region know about how he is destroying the forests. He also said that, the NPP’s 2020 campaign was funded using Galamsey money.
He also lamented on the fact that, the government order the police to arrest the poor citizens who engage in the act leaving the big men to go free.
He then asked the president that, how can the poor citizens, who were into Galamsey because they had no jobs, get money to buy excavators to dig the holes? And hasn’t he seen the video done by the journalists who risked their lives to go into those forest to investigate?
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