What a strange world, everyday only new cases that arrives in our country.
We have been thought of the effects if illegal mining but the youth still don't put a stop to it but we won't listing of anyone speaking against illegal mining.
Today it was reported that somewhere in Kumasi recorded one dead person which was very strange and bad.
The illegal is very risky for people to engage themselves into it especially the people living in the galamsey pit.
It was recorded that a man who is said to be the age of 23 married to a woman with two children has been reported death as a pit falls on him which in that case he died.
According to report a young miner went for mining in the morning and around 5:00pm when he was about to close he had an accident as the pit collapsed on him.
It was noted that the pit was very deep and in that case when the incident happened he couldn't cry for help so that his mates working near him will be able to save him at that time.
It was stated that his mates didn't see the incident until one person noted that the place has been collapsed and he called for help.
They were able to removed the body of the man or the corps and it was sent to his wife.
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