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Galamsey Fight: Gold or Water?- Tilapia Quizzes Government

The fight against galamsey has risen after his excellency Nana Akufo-Addo has taken a sweep at illegal miners who are destroying the bodies across the country again in his second term of office, and through their visit to some mining sites, it has been known through information minister, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah that the government is doing everything possible to put a stop to illegal mining but the pictures taken from the water bodies are so shocking to Ghanaians.

Today, Thursday 22nd April 2021, tilapia the cartoonist has questioned the Government of Ghana that the fight against galamsey; is the water seen from pictures shared by information minister, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah God or water?

Since information minister shared the pictures of some galamsey site from the central region it has been a debate amongst Ghanaians and they have divided over it.

Some people said the Government is losing the fight against galamsey because of the nature of the water through the four years they started the operation gala stop.

Some people said they are happy to see the government embarked on the fight against galamsey and according to them the Government have never given up on it and praised the goverment for taking another steps towards it.

Tilapia the cartoonist quizzes the Government led by Nana Akufo-Addo that "Galamsey fight: Gold or water?" with a picture stating that today no one is trying to find the prominent people involved in illegal mining but tomorrow there will no be raw water to treat for the people of Ghana to drink.

His message sought to explain that today, if Government Officials are being accused of spoiling the water bodies, the Government will asked that "give me appointees involve in galamsey" but tomorrow Government will say there's "no raw water to treat" and it will be who's fault?

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Galamsey Ghana Kojo Kojo Oppong Nkrumah Nkrumah


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