The newly appointed Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Honourable Abu Jinapor claimed that, the government has the names of cartels in the galamsey business during the National Consultation Forum on illegal mining.
TV3's Newday host, Johnny Hughes questions the commitment of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources to fight galamsey. During a newspaper review this morning, Thursday 15th April, 2021, the vocal journalist and his panelists digested what transpired at national consultation I the fight against the dreaded galamsey.
He questionsed his panel members, "Do you believe in Abu Jinapor?
Legal Practioner Kingsley Amoakwa Boadu replied by saying," you will raise bar in this government if prosecute the alleged District Chief Executives involved in galamsey. If they are saying that they know the cartels, then go ahead and prosecute. I believe in him but we live to see. I am glad President Nana Akuffo is in second term and this is the time to leave a legacy".
The other panel member by name Malm Lesse also said, " Once Abu Jinapor has been voted to Parliament and appointed as a Minister, I trust him.
He continued by saying that we have had enough of the adjectives and the whip should be cracked at perpetrators of land pollution now.
With Abu Jinapor's will and commitment, he would create a legacy for himself and government if he is able to fight the galamsey menace.
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