A young boy on TikTok has declared his money-making intention on camera. As we all know, illegal mining mostly known as Galamsey has been banned by the government. This was because of the degree of damage it has on our lands, water bodies, environment and climate.
However, this young man has decided to pursue his desire to make money in ways that stand contrary to the laws of the nation. Confidently, he declared that he will continue mining illegally until he makes more money and leaves this country for the United States of America, a place he describes as HEAVEN.
He also added the fact that he doesn’t mind destroying the land and making innocent Ghanaians have no good water to drink for his money-making grandeur. This is the state of insubordination the youths in Ghana have gotten to.
This is very wrong, albeit, some Ghanaians will defend him for whatever reason(s). We pray our youths to have the intention to do good work to solve a challenge in Ghana and further make money from solving problems.
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