Astute Media Practioner, Johnny Hughes has has taken a swipe at the Government of Ghana and the citizenry for appearing to be fighting illegal mining. He compared Government Officials in the galamsey fight to childhood pen thieves. He voiced out his feelings on TV3 today, Friday 23rd April, 2021.
Johnny Hughes said our leaders who are fighting the galamsey menace are behaving like childhood thieves. "They are behaving like our childhood friends who steal our pens, hide it and pretend to be helping you to find. From top to bottom they all pretending. They know the illegal miners are. They just do not want to take action".
He then revealed to his viewers that the Atiwa Forest would be dug for minerals. "They have not given up on Atiwa. We are here, you will see that they dig the forest for minerals. A Ceremony will be organised and we will all hail and clap for it. At the end we are going to suffer.
The Media Guru then admonished the police, military and the District Chief Executives to more active and focused about the fight against illegal mining. "The excavators and Chanfans are not combined harvesters for maize farming but the destruction machines" Stop given them escorts".
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