According to Captain Smart, the host of Angel Fm’s morning show dubbed “Anopa Bofo”, the president is not serious about his vision to fight illegal mining aka galamsey in the country because he has turned a deaf ear on the galamsey happening in his hometown, Kyebi.
This morning, he said on his show that the leaders don’t care about the water bodies that are being destroyed about the galamsey activities any more.
He went on to say that in the president’s hometown, about 200 meters from the palace of the chief, there is a large scale of illegal mining going on there and they are destroying the farmlands with mercury and polluting the water bodies.
He concluded that, if the president wants the support of Ghanaians in his vision to fight galamsey, then he should deploy soldiers and policemen into his hometown to stop the galamsey activities over there first because madness begins from the home.
Do you agree with the statements of Captain Smart concerning the galamsey activities in Kyebi.
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