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15-Apr-2018  
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Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Barbara Oteng-Gyasi has asked for patience amongst small-scale miners, as the process to streamline operations of the small-scale mining sector is at its conclusion stage.

Lawyer Barbara was speaking to the press at her residence in Huni-Valley after donating ten wheel chairs and twenty white canes to the Physically Challenged Association at a dinner she organised for widows in and around Aboso.

"I thank the small-scale miners for exercising patience over the last one year, what I can assure them is that we are in the last stages of the processes, we need just a little more patience", she stated.

"We have trained both small-scale miners and galamseyers and have also sent people to China for training on Natural Resources Management", she revealed.

"We are left with the auditing of sites of small-scale companies to go", she assured.

She added, "Drones and Navy Officers will also be monitoring our water bodies to make sure nobody works on the water bodies".

Lawyer Oteng-Gyasi added that the MMIP will soon be launched by the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo.

"We have a few moments to cross the finish line, the race will soon end and when we are able to endure, we are going to be crowned but if we don't exercise a little more patience,our long wait would be in vain", she added.

Over 300 widows dined with the Member of Parliament with each widow receiving a half piece of cloth.
 
 
 
Source: Ghanaweb.com/Daniel Kaku
 
 

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Name: CAPOCHINO
IT WILL BE GOOD IF IT IS LIFTED CUS THERE ARE ONGOING MURDERING CASES IN BOGOSO AND THE REST.AT LEAST IT WILL MINIMISE THE HARDSHIP PEOPLE ARE GOING THROUGH.
 
Name: Abam
Seriously! You going to lift the ban for lawless persons to keep destroying our water bodies? Is nana addo correct at all? What is wrong with our leaders. In fact if this is done, those of us who had supported him will not even make an attempt to vote in the next election. What is wrong with our politicians that they are so interested in doing things for wrong reasons. Ahbah!
 
Name: Please don't any ban. keep it in place
The ban must not be lifted.
 
Name: The Ghanaian Mask
So soon. I think galamsey operators ought to apply for permits. Only those who qualif must be allowed to operate. If you haven't visited this latest Ghanaian portal then now is the time ghanamask.wordpress.com
 



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