Two Chinese nationals suspected to be taking part in unlawful limited scope mining on the Pra River have been captured in an activity by the Wassa East District Security Council.
The activity, including faculty from the Ghana Police Service and the Military was led at Atieku in a similar area.
The two Chinese were said to mining in the Pra River without any potential repercussions.
Eight out of the ten Chinese illicit excavators who were nearby immediately escaped after seeing the group, leaving behind the two who were in this manner captured.
Some unlawful mining hardware including clothes washers, generators and numerous others were found at their site near the River.
The two have since been shipped off the Wassa East District Police Command where the held onto gear are being kept.
The Police is presently on a manhunt for the excess eight who are on the run.
The activity goes ahead the impact points of a report from the public authority that an activity to free galamseyers off water bodies has been enacted.
Samuel Abu Jinapor, Minister of Lands and Natural Resources who just finished a two-day working visit through the Western Region left with a charge on MMDCEs to go hard on unlawful limited scope mining.
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