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Government is very keen on the second fight against illegal mining, popularly known as"galamsey" in the country. The minister for Defence in a press conference released noted that all equipment that will be seized will not sent to Accra. He noted that the government is not interested in keeping seized tools from illegal miners so the deployed military men will burn any machine that will be found on site.
Following this statement, a legal practitioner has noted that the government do not have the right to burn excavators that belongs to miners. According to him, it is illegal to burn them. Mr. Bobby Banson noted this on TV3 earlier today.
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