The Honorable member of parliament Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed of Tamale Central constituency in the Northern region of Ghana on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress Party, has state boldly on live the that, the president of the fourth republic of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's fight about the illegal small scale mining (galamsey) is like the cartoons scenes on the television set.
Speaking on Ghone television, the honourable member added that Nana Addo has allowed these Chinese to take over our land and they are protecting theirs. If we do not wake up on the ruling government for him to be on his feet then we are just loosing a battle where our next generation will suffer because we failed.
We were in this country when Aisha Wan was caught red-handed in the galamsey but the supreme Court and the president freed these Chinese woman. Will we continue in this and say we are fighting against galamsey? This is ridiculous. Honourable Ibrahim Murtala Mohammed jabbed
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