Kofi Asare, the Executive Director of Africa Educational Watch has revealed that, over the past ten years, galamsey has contributed to about 400% increases in Kidney diseases. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Saturday, 17th September 2022, he wrote;
There is looming danger in Elubo in the Western North Region as illegal mining activities have taken over the entire town including homes. A report making great trends on social media, show that the Elubo community members are in a great danger due to the bad practices of illegal mining going on in the vicinity.
As food is important for the body, so is the weather situation at your geographical location very important for you taking into consideration the season in which we are now. The western coast is massively cloudy now notably Sekondi-Takoradi, Axim, Elubo, Enchi and out of this clouds there will be rain from now till 12 noon.
The rate at which people are dying this month of July is unbearable. The number of people who have lost their lives to these road accidents which happen on our roads are more than 50 thousand. The Ghana Road Commission has put in place various measures to reduce the rate of road accidents in Ghana but it seems nothing stops it.
The year 2021 has been a year with full of demonstrations and protests everywhere on the streets of Ghanaians. And truth be told nothing shows that these consistent and huge demonstrations will end anytime soon. Currently, there is this new and a very huge demonstration that will be coming off tomorrow which is on the 2nd September 2021.
King James of west FM in Elubo visited a couple who narrated a sad story to him.He shared their story on Adomfm midday news today.This is their Story.
Kwaku Addai Tardieh writes: Anger against politicians is mainly borne out of UGLY AND STARK HYPOCRISY! ! The young man who cheats in his exams is angry at politicians. The doctor who extorts money from poor patients by forcing them to come to his private clinic and pay 5 times the Govt hospital cost for a surgery or procedure is angrily calling the politician a thief.
Lord James of west FM in Elubo visited a couple who portrayed a dismal story to him.He shared their story on Adomfm late morning news today.This is their Story.
Bus driver begs for mercy after accident at Kwadaso Kyeremeh, a bus driver of a Grand Bird bus with registration number GR-5722-20, has asked residents and pedestrians of Kwadaso for forgiveness, after his bus had an accident this morning at Opoku Ware school gate.
Ghanaians who resident in various towns on the borders of Ghana continue to push the government to open up borders and claim that that the closure of the borders is a threat to their livelihood. All the stalls at the Elubo market have been closed due to the closure of the border to the Ivory Coast.
According to sompaonline reporter Musah, Francis Amankwa, an immigration officer at Elubo in the Western region, died tragically when the building he was living in collapsed on him early on Saturday. He said that the tragedy took place in the early morning hours of Saturday, July 16, 2022, as a consequence of a torrential downpour that caused a neighbor's wall to fall before hitting the room where the deceased was sleeping.
Finally the much talked about and anticipated demonstration that was stated to begin on the 2nd of September has already commenced on the the streets of Elubo the most popular border town In the Western Region. The Open the border demonstration has massively been back by some members of Parliament who believe that most people in the surrounding areas of the border towns and those in these towns are suffering and immediate actions should be taken by the President.
A great question has been asked after the residents of Elubo embarked on a demonstration to call on the Government to open their borders to neighbouring countries. His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo closed the country's land, sea and air borders as part of measures taken against the COVID-19 virus.
Two seriously injured on N1 highway road crash Whiles the government through other stakeholders have been preaching about the need to observe road laws, others are constantly breaking them. Isaac Mintah has found himself in the arms of the law, after he broke several road laws, that lead him into crashing his car into another. Isaac who was driving from Elubo to Takoradi in the Western Region, did not just broke several road laws on the N1 highway yesterday, but also ended up putting two others on a hospital
A woman called Maame Abena Tawia who is 35 years old and a mother of ten has shared her heartbreaking story about her 7 years old boy who has not been circumcised. In her narration she stated that she is going through a lot of life challenges and financial problems.
Two heated demonstrations have been waged against the government over the continued closure of the land borders since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus in Ghana. Two land ports or borders; the Elubo border in the Western Region, and the Aflao border in the Volta Region have all been closed to passenger crossing in an attempt to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
SLUG: IVORIAN REBELS EXTORTING MONEY AND COCOA FROM GHANAIAN FARMERS AT GUN POINT Ghanaian cocoa farmers at Elubo who farm across the Tano river are being accosted at gun point by some irregular Ivoirian Para-military forces when they are ferrying their harvest inland.These rebels often demand monies and cocoa from these farmers thereby causing them to operate at a loss.
The closure of some borders continue to receive daily backlash from the residents in those areas as they have embarked on protests. Recall, few days ago some residents embarked on a demonstration calling the government to take appropriate measures to reopen their closed borders. Information trickling in has it that the residents on the Elubo border have embarked on another massive demonstration over the continuous closure and government's adamant gesture towards their border reopening.
The Member of Parliament for Jomoro, Hon.
By Kweku Ampong 25/03/21 The Member of Parliament for Jomoro, Hon.