Some youth in the Western North Region have reportedly stormed some streets to demonstrate against bad roads and galamsey in the region.
A demonstration was organized by some concerned individuals in the Western North Region to draw the government's attention to the bad roads and galamsey problems that has become a nuisance to the people of the community.
To fulfill this development, some young people showed up at the demonstration grounds as they expressed massive displeasure in the way the government have handled the issues of roads and illegal mining in the region.
According to reports, the demonstration was held in some rural towns in the region. There was a relatively low turnout as the exercise was organized on a working day.
The issue of poor road network and illegal mining (galamsey) has been a very disturbing menace for the people of the Western North Region so we hope that, this demonstration will make a change and cause some level of improvement in the situation.
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