The American-based Ghanaian journalist Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor has advised the small-scale miners whose mining equipment has been burnt not to rely on the court because he thinks the court is another galamsey site of the government.
Kevin Taylor made this statement when he reacted to the three-days demo threat issued by the miners whose mining equipment was destroyed by the government.
According to him, if the small-scale miners are legitimate, then they should sue the government, go on a demonstration, and then joined the #fixthecountry campaign if they want to stand a chance against the government.
"If you guys are legitimate small-scale, miners then you can take a different action. You cannot rely on the court because the court today is another galamsey site for this government.
Your three days demonstration will not change anything, and it will not force Akufo Addo to come out and speak." - he said
He added that everybody knows that the court will not rule in their favor, but they should go through the formalities by suing the government, do a demonstration and then join the mega #fixthecountry protest.
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