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2 Chinese gold miners arrested, other 6 men fled with 2 Ghanaians in wassa east district

2 Chinese arrested 6 others and 2 Ghanaians on the fled Wassa East District 

28 April 2021 6:19pm 

Two Chinese nationals have been captured for illegal limited scope mining by the Wassa East District Security Council and the Ghana Police Service in the Western Region. 

The activity executed along the Pra River is in satisfaction of the President's mandate to end the threat in water bodies in Ghana. 

As per reports, the Chinese illicit excavators had positioned their machines on the waterway and have been mining without any potential repercussions. 

Eight different individuals from the gathering – 6 Chinese nationals and 2 Ghanaians – ran away from the area on seeing the security staff. 

They two suspects were thusly captured and walked to the District Police Command to help the police in additional examinations. 

Some illegal mining hardware were additionally found nearby and seized. 

The Police have since mounted a quest for the leftover eight who are presently on the run. 

Clergyman for Lands and Natural Resources, Samuel Abu Jinapor finished a two-day visit toward the Western Region with a notice to all MMDAs to guarantee the illicit mining threat turns into a relic of days gone by. 

Moreover, District Chief Executive for Wassa East, Wilson Arthur who drove the strike demonstrated in a meeting that his outfit will guarantee all illicit diggers in the space are seized. 

In a meeting, he included that mining the waterway will likewise not be engaged. 

Reports show the two Chinese unlawful diggers who have been captured will be shipped to Accra for arraignment. 

The activity which included the military was directed at Atiku in the Wassa East District.

Content created and supplied by: Ghkuami (via Opera News )

Chinese Ghanaians Police Pra River Samuel Abu Jinapor


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