Let’s expose illegal miners; galamsey threat to our survival – GMA to Ghanaians
The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has called on all Ghanaians to expose individuals and organisations involved in the destruction of lands and water bodies through galamsey as it has dire effect on the health of the nation.
The Association said despite several warnings of the health implication of galamsey on Ghanaians, the destruction of land and water bodies continue unabated.
The GMA is, therefore, urging the courts to expedite the trails and punish galamseyers who they referred to as “saboteurs” without mercy when they are brought before them.
They also called on President Akufo-Addo to take the necessary and urgent action to reverse this menace which they said is threatening the future and very survival of the country.
Initially-rejected Rasta brainiac part of Achimota school's NSMQ team00:31
Effective measures for early disaster warning critical – Ursula09:33
A/R: 48 trapped illegal miners busted15:49
Nkrumah’s son submits forms to contest CPP flagbearership race15:02
MP donates 150 bags of cement to churches to undertake projects13:29
Binduri Anthrax outbreak: One dead, 11 others infected00:32
'I was careful of the food I ate, water I drank while in office' – Domelevo says 'I was operating in an enemy territory'09:27
Ho: Seek permission before you cut a tree, flower – Parks and Gardens Unit Head15:17
A/R: AG charges police officer who shot girlfriend with murder15:00
Review of flagship programmes: Let’s not touch Free SHS – Kwame Pianim13:01