The Member of Parliament for the Sagnarigu constituency, Alhaji A. B. A. Fuseini, has indicated that the Ministry of Interior has some serious questions to respond to because they give licenses to mining companies to procure and transport explosives in Ghana.
Alhaji A. B. A. Fuseini made this statement on 'Good Morning Africa' on Pan Africa television this morning when 21st January 2022, when he gave his opinion on the Apiate-Bogoso explosion, which has claimed many lives.
According to Alhaji A. B. A Fuseini, the explosion at Apiate-Bogoso is an unspeakable national tragedy for Ghanaians that needn't have happened.
Alhaji A. B. A Fuseini indicated that he knows it is the ministry of interior that gives licenses to mining companies to procure and transport explosives, so the ministry of interior has important questions to answer including the minister himself.
Alhaji A. B. A Fuseini stated that this Apiate-Bogoso explosion in a particular matter must elicit immediate and prompt action by the government.
According to Alhaji A. B. A, he thought by now we should have heard a preliminary statement on this matter by the president beyond the massages of condolence because when you are caught up in tragedies like this you don't only issue massages of condolences, you act and move expeditiously to deal with the issues.
Alhaji A. B. A Fuseini added that he expected that we should get to the bottom of the matter and fish out those whose responsibility it was to ensure that they follow through on safety measures so that we didn't get to where we got to.
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