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Kojo Bonsu: I will hold National Security accountable for the general disorder.

Kojo Bonsu, a potential presidential contender for the main opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), is attributing the threat of illegal mining (Galamsey) in the nation to national security.

Our vegetation, land, and water sources have recently suffered significant harm as a result of illegal mining operations (Galamsey). Many experts have predicted that Ghana would eventually need to import water.

The Galamsey poses a significant threat to national security, according to Kojo Bonsu.

"This galamsey problem is a national indiscretion, in my opinion." The former mayor stated on Oyerepa Breakfast Time, "This is a severe national security issue, and I will blame national security for not managing this subject."

National security, he said, ought to come first.

To combat the canker of illegal mining, President Akufo-Addo may be remembered for having risked his presidency.

Mr. Bonsu claimed that national security has let President Akufo-Addo down in light of his vow to fight galamsey.

"A president can't be everywhere at once, but he or she should know what's going on. National security is to blame for this, in my opinion.

Even with better efforts, the government cannot resolve the problems in Galamsey. It must be handled by the President. The indisciplined Galasemy is a calamity. For all of us, it is causing problems. If you become president and are incapable of resolving the galactic problems,

If better action isn't taken, the government won't be able to resolve Galamsey's problems. The President must handle it. Galasemy is unruly and a calamity. We're all having issues as a result of it. You have no business holding the office of President if you are unable to resolve the country's pressing problems. He advised the show's host, Kwesi Parker-Wilson, to resign.

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