Minister of Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, says the Akufo-Addo led-government "welcomes" any efforts aimed at assisting it succeed in its fight against illegal small scale mining in the country.
He was commenting on Anas' “Galamsey Fraud Part 1” at a media briefing at the Ministry of Information.
Renowned undercover Journalist has exposed influential persons including chiefs, politicians, and persons in the security services who have been plunged in illegal mining business in the country.
Titled "Galamsey Fraud Part 1’’ the new documentary debuts on Wednesday 27 February 2019.
The latest investigative piece by Anas, shockingly uncovers top government appointees and security personnel who have since the inception of the menace, appeared 'innocent’ from these acts, but are the backbone of the canker.
"We found some men who stabbed President Nana Addo in the back,’’ the trailer shows.
Supposing, ‘the men’ involved were as blameless as they parade themselves, the question, "which people are responsible for giving lands to people to operate on?’’ still begs for an answer.
Hon. Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, in his remarks said, “Government will have the said tapes properly investigated using the raw unedited footage”.
“If any persons are found to have solicited monies or taken bribes to bend rules, the necessary action will be taken”, he sternly warned.
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