According to Captain Smart, the most dangerous thing in Ghana now is being an Akan. His reason is that most powerful chiefs and kings in Ghana are all Akan and some hate the truth.
He further revealed that all areas in the country where Galamsey activities have destroyed land and water bodies are Akan dominated areas.
”It is so dangerous to be an Akan in Ghana because the most powerful chiefs and most powerful kings in this country are all Akan and they hate the truth. All the areas that have been destroyed by the activities of Galamsey are Akan Dominated areas. Akyea, Manso, Techiman and other places have been through this.”
Captain Smart is seemingly unhappy with this attitude of some of the chiefs in Ghana, most especially among the Akans. He believes that most of them have been deliberately watching Galamsey activities in their areas because of what they will gain personally.
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