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Govt Must Compensate Ghanaians Whose Excavators Were Burnt During Anti-Galamsey Taskforce Operations – Alhaji Usman

Alhaji Musah Usman, a member of the Council of Elders  for Small Scale Miners Association of Ghana has lamented the recent burning of Excavators by the government of Ghana in an attempt to halt the destruction of river bodies and forest by the unlawful activities by small scale miners.
 He indicated that the small scale mining sector employs over three million Ghanaian and for that their presence is indispensable in the development of the nation so governments must always be sceptical in dealing with these miners .
 He added that the recent burning of these Excavators have cost a lot and had rendered most of these miners bankrupt and pleaded with the government to compensate these affected miners and to help put up better measures in handling these issues.
He further advised the youth of today especially the Muslim ladies to desist from the so called social media exposes which tarnished the image of women in other for responsible men to ask their hand in marriage
He made this known at Aboabo during the gathering of these small scale miners as one Suley Yahaya aka Toni-One ties the knot in a colourful ceremony over the weekend .
Mr Asamoah Boakye, a gold dealer in kumasi also added his voice about the numerous naked videos and pictures on social media which is destroying the culture of our land .

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