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Couple of Months Prior Firmly Condemned The Local Area Mining Program Expressing That is illicit Mining in Camouflage


The Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, George Mireku Duker has answered to pundits of the local area mining program presented by the public authority connecting it to galamsey in mask. 


Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin a couple of months prior firmly condemned the local area mining program expressing that it is illicit mining in camouflage because of comparative obliteration of the climate being caused. 


Be that as it may, the Deputy Minister accountable for Mines says Community Mining Scheme is unmistakable from the much-loathed illicit limited scope mining referred to generally as galamsey. 


As indicated by him, though illicit mining is epitomized by crazy and wanton scattering of Ghana's rich mineral assets, Community Mining is an all around directed mining drive that presents practically zero damage to the climate. 


Illuminating the special idea of the two, Hon. George Mireku Duker saw that, not at all like limited scope mining which is overwhelmed by outsiders acting in arrangement with some treacherous Ghanaians, a local area plot is the protect of the networks where the assets are mined. 


"This new kind of mining is protected. Local area mining is an authorized type of mining with the public authority giving specialized officials to guarantee that the mining is being finished by the law,", he said. 


"Minerals Commission has given every one of the reports required for mining so no security staff will bug you. Minerals Commission will proceed to screen and guarantee consistence", he added. 


The Deputy Minister remarked on the initiation of the Community Mining Scheme at Jakubo in the Amansie Central District of the Ashanti Region. 


Hon. Mireku Duker clarified that local area mining structures a piece of the public authority's endeavors to cleanse the mining area of exercises that debases the climate. 


He unveiled that administration desires to make 7000 direct positions for youth nearby. 


He asked individuals to submit to the guidelines set up by the public authority and to urge the state to deny their mining permit. 


The Member of Parliament for Amansie Central, Hon. Emmanuel Akwasi Gyamfi paid gleaming recognitions for the Lands and Natural Resources Minister for making his supporters one of the recipients of the plan. 


He mourned negative extractive practices that have over the course of the years obliterated the country's vegetative cover. 


He asked the local area individuals to contribute their standard to the achievement of the drive and cautioned against violating the laws.

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