These Photos Of What Galamsey Has Done To Ghana Will Break Your Heart
Illegal mining aka. galamsey has been going since we found precious metals on our land. It has made some people very wealthy at the expense of our environment.
Ghana’s mining laws require that mining companies treat the water used for mining activities before it is discharged into the environment, but for illegal miners, water bodies are the centre of their operations, a situation that makes communities living along rivers vulnerable to the effects of the dangerous chemicals used.
1. This is very bad.
2. River Pra
3. These are the water we have to treat at our water treatment plants.
7. The Beposo Suspension bridge.
8. Our lands are no more.
9. Our farms.
10. At Akim Oda.
12. Wasa Amenfi, Western Region.
13. Gyapa on the Ayanfuri-Bogoso rd.
14. Just look at the water bodies our fishermen have to fish from.
15. The untold truth
16. We must say no to this manace
17. Pitch for entry
18. Destroyed water bodies
19. No more quality water
21. A wake up call for everybody
22. Dead in the pitch
23. Use of sophisticated equipment/machines
24. Imported trucks to support operations
25. Its our collective responsibility
26. Our lives are in danger
27. This Video Of A Galamsey Guru Showing Ghanaians Illegal Mining Is Going Viral.
April 13, 2017
April 13, 2017
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