The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly caused a massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms was when another popularly known chief in the NPP stronghold was finally apprehended by the Ghana police over his involvement in illegal mining activities in his township.
Not long ago, the ‘galamsey queen’, Aisha Huang was arrested over illegal mining activities in the country but it seems the incumbent government’s promise to fight galamsey has been futile as Ghanaians keep witnessing more serious cases each day.
According to recent reports by the Ghana Police Service, the chief for Sehwi Ellubo which is located in the Western North region of Ghana was unexpectedly caught in illegal mining activities in his township.
With respect to this, chief, Nana Anni Baffour and his brother, Kwadwo Affi have been finally arrested as six others in connection with illegal mini v within the Sehwi Ellubo township are currently been pursued by the police.
Below is a look at some of the photos that revealed how the renowned chief unexpectedly set up a galamsey site in his backyard that has raised massive concerns online.
Do you think the chief and his brother should be made to face the law considering the incumbent President, Akufo Addo’s initiative to put all hands on deck in other to fight galamsey in the country even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
What are your thoughts after the Chief and his brother in the NPP stronghold were unexpectedly arrested over an illegal mining brouhaha that has caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claim otherwise?
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