In an interview with Roland Walker of TV3, Kwame A-Plus who doubles as a Politician and a musician has added his voice to the National conversation on small-scale mining in the county which has been ban by the President but people are still finding ways to engage in the illicit acts.
In the discussion, A-Plus boldly accused the administrators of the Akuffo Addo administration of being hugely involved in the act despite the law not permitting any citizens to do small-scale mining.
He went on to say that the President has failed to act or punish his people despite coming out to declare that he is ready to put his Presidency on the line.
A-Plus further revealed that no Chinese can enter the country's forest to start this unhealthy act if not the help of people who understand to have a certain power from the top. He went again to stress how Chinese national Aisha Huang was arrested in the country but with the help of certain top officials was freed to go back to her country.
As a citizen of this country, I side with the young man that he never shies away from telling the truth despite his affiliation to some of the big officials in the country.
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