Illegal mining by youth is negative - Akrofuom MP

Mining Ghana Communities Member of Parliament (MP) for the Akrofuom Constituency, Mr Kwabena Appiah-Pinkrah, has condemned the youth’s involvement in illegal mining operations. He has, therefore, called on the youth to refrain from such illegal activities, saying: “It is a dubious means of acquiring wealth.” He has also advised parents and guardians to ensure that their children and wards attend school and desist from indulging in illegal mining, popularly known as "galamsey." Mr Appiah-Pinkrah gave the advice when he addressed a congregation at the Akrofuom Methodist Church recently. At the function, a pulpit donated by Mr Appiah-Pinkrah,a generator donated by children of Opanin Amponsem, a founding » Read More

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