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"I Will Score Akufo-Addo 6/110 Percent On His Fight Against Galamsey" - Captain Smart

Host of Anopa B)fo), a political talk show on Angel Fm, an Accra-based radio station, Captain Smart has revealed that he will score President Akufo-Addo 6/110 percent on his fight against galamsey in the country.

According to the morning show host, President Akufo-Addo failed in his fight attempt against the national problem.

Speaking on Fab3w)so, a segment on the Anopa B)fo) morning show, he said "Apart from your position, you can give birth to my mother, or you can be his elder sister. Today, your Excellency, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, let me look you in the eye and tell you the plain truth, things are getting out of hands. Sometimes, it is difficult for the sycophant journalists to tell you what is really happening but as for me, I will tell you. You have failed in your first fight against Galamsey. I will score him, 6/110 percent., if I am to mark your works. You said you don't work on hearsay so then what happened to the Anas video"

He added that although the President is bent on winning the fight against galamsey, he is ever ready to lend his support.

"You have failed the first one but it is good you tried and we gong to help you the second time. I will dedicate God-damn whatever time I have to help you the second time because this is very very important. But Nana, if you play the loose game, and things go bad, you will hear from me"

He also revealed that 203 rivers have been destroyed in the country due to galamsey activities.


It will be recalled that President said his government was accountable for the stewardship of all other aspects of national life, including mining, and stressed his determination to enforce the laws on illegal mining, no matter who were involved, but would not base his actions on hearsay or mere allegations.

President Akufo-Addo, who waged a war against illegal mining in his first term after the media had highlighted its dire impact on the environment and water bodies, said the government wanted to build on the modest progress made in his first term, learn from the shortcomings and receive productive inputs from the forum for purposes of enhancing the regulation of the sector.

He expressed the hope that the maiden dialogue would build a national consensus around a national policy on small-scale mining that promoted a responsible, viable, environmentally sustainable small-scale mining industry.

Watch the video below:

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith



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