The lands and natural resources minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor has received a stern warning from the Bono regional chairman of the New Patriotic Party about certain plots that have made against him to bring shame on him. Kwame Baffoe Abronye made this revelation when he was speaking about the galamsey menace of the country on Wontumi TV's Nsempa fie on Saturday 15th May 2021.
Abronye commended the minister for the good works he has done so far in fighting to bring an end to the activities of illegal mining in Ghana. He showed images of water bodies that have seen a turn around from its damaged state to clearer and clean water for human consumption.
In fighting the the illegal mining, the minister has seized some excavators from the illegal miners on some sights. Abronye disclosed that those whose excavators were seized have allegedly had a meeting against the minister, and are planning to bring shame upon him by creating a theft case of excavators against him. Abronye therefore warned that if the minister does not name the owners of the seized excavators, the said plot will be carried out against him. Therefore, the minister should do the needful by naming those people.
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