This morning on Metro Tv’s “Good Morning Ghana” show hosted by Randy Abbey, Honorable Sam Nartey George, who is the current member of parliament for the Ningo- Prampram constituency said that the New Patriotic Party, NPP has failed Ghanaians in their fight against galamsey and president Nana Akufo Addo should resign because, during his first term, he said he will put his presidency on the line to fight galamsey.
He went on to say that Ghanaians should not blame only the politicians but the ordinary Ghanaian and the chiefs of the galamsey hotspots are the real ones destroying the land and water bodies because the politicians don't go and dig the pits themselves but they employ the ordinary man to do so.
He concluded that the politicians who are involved in illegal mining is the leaders of the New Patriotic Party, NPP but the president has failed to prosecute them because they are the main people who finance the party's agendas. He went on to say that when these people are arrested, it will serve as a deterrent for ordinary citizens.
Do you agree with the views of Honourable Sam Nartey George on the issues of Galamsey?
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