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We Are Sorry; Please Forgive Us: Illegal Miners Finally Caught As ‘Angry’ Woman Evoke Curses On Them

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A recent circulating video that has sparked massive, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is that of a woman who was spotted evoking curses on illegal miners who have destroyed the community’s water bodies and just to mention but a few.

Not long ago, the incumbent government took the privilege to put all hands on deck in other to fight the practice of illegal mining activities across the country as lots of excavators and other equipments were seized and burnt on site.

With respect to this, most Ghanaians appreciated the incumbent government’s policy for ensuring that, the various water bodies were not destroyed as a result of illegal mining activities across the respective regions in the country.

However, a recent heartbreaking incident that has sparked massive reactions online is that of some recalcitrant illegal miners who were caught in the act.

According to reports, the woman who was spotted in the photos below caught the illegal miners red-handed whilst they were busily destroying the cocoa farm and water bodies with their equipments in the search for gold.

As a result of this, the woman took the privilege call other members of the villagers to witness the banned practice by the illegal miners whilst she angrily evoked serious curses on them.

With respect to this, the illegal miners on the other hand began begging for their lives as they urged the woman to stop evoking curses on them.

“We are sorry; please forgive us”, the illegal miners cried out and pleaded for forgiveness as the angry woman evoked curses on them.

Below is a look at some photos from the incident they has sparked massive stir online.

Checkout the full video here.

Do you think it was right for the woman to evoke curses on the illegal miners for destroying their water bodies aside consuming their cocoa farm?

What do you think should be the punishment for these illegal miners?

What are your thoughts on the continuous illegal mining activities across the country even though the government promised Ghanaians to put a stop to them?

Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below below.

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