An investigative journalist and a host of the 'With All Due respect' program on Loud Silence television, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor has taken a swipe at Abu Jinapor's fight against Galamsey by saying that; there is no way he is going to succeed with Mireku Duka as his Deputy Minister.
He made this statement as a reaction to the recent release from the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources Abu Jinapor Which, directed the suspension of all mining activities in forest reserves.
Kevin Taylor alleged that the President intentionally appointed Mireku Duka as the Deputy Minister of Abu Jinapor so that he (Abu Jinapor) will take all the heat whiles Mireku Duka takes the proceeds from the galamsey operators.
"With all due respect Abu Jinapor, you cannot succeed at this fight against Galamsey with Mireku Duka as your Deputy Minister.
I respect you a lot, but you are going to fail miserably with this guy by your side." - he said
He also said that Abu Jinapor has no power to fight Galamsey in Ghana and that his Deputy Minister is more powerful than him.
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