According to Angel Fm’s mid-day news dabbed “orgasm news” reader by Kwadwo Dickson and Appiah Kubi, a man has been found dead after he drowned in an uncovered galamsey pit filled with muddy water at Wasa in the western region of Ghana.
The narrator of the case, which is the nephew of the man said that his uncle who is a cocoa farmer went to the farm and didn’t return home as he usually does. And after various search carried out by the community members, they found his body in one of the uncovered galamsey pits.
This news got a lot of listeners, as some people commented that the Ghana education service should add the teaching of swimming into the educational programs so that these incidents of drowning will be prevented in the future.
Others also said that the government should make sure that the citizens who are into the small scale mining are supervised so that they do not leave the pits uncovered and the perpetrators should be arrested when they break the law.
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