The Incumbent Ghanaian President, His Excellency Nana Akuffo Addo has been facing a lot of criticisms of late, even though he has been criticized since he assumed his role as the first gentleman of the Ghana but recently the criticisms are too much.
During the National Consultative Dialogue on Small Scale Mining, that went on today, which is the 14th of April, 2021, the President's speech touched on a lot of things especially preserving our environment and the avoidance of the use of materials and equipment such as Mercury, chanfans and excavators.
And after the whole dialogue, the President took to his Facebook platform and summarized what happened at the event.
But the above statements and education for the President, Nana Akuffo Addo did not sit well with some of the fans or followers on the President's Facebook platform.
One of the Facebook users on the President's Facebook platform or page replied or left a comment by saying, "Our lands and rivers are being destroyed. A very sad situation. Mercury, Chanfans and excavators are not made in Ghana. They are all imported, so which people cleared it from the port and when are they transferred into thee forest?"
Below is the question the Facebook fan on the President page asked. And other comments from other fans or users.
What do you think about this Facebook user comment? Because truly he has a point and the question need to be answered.
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