Yes, our river was once so mighty that its very name defined it – Supong [Big River.] The galamsey people have destroyed it. Parts of it have dried up; parts have become mud cakes full of algae. And yet this was a river that you were advised not to dare to swim in, when it had rained!
HOW CAN ANYONE WATCH THIS GALAMSEY FILM AND — DO NOTHING? By CAMERON DUODU I have been crying in my heart for many months over Ghana’s galamsey problem. (See elsewhere on this website Cameron Duodu ) Everyone makes noises regretting the continued existence of the treasonable and heinous practice. Anas Aremeyaw Anas made a vivid… Continue reading »
Fmr. UN Chief Unhappy with “PHD” politics in Ghana/Africa Kofi Annan slams ‘PHD’ politics Saturday, 23 October A negative aspect of African politics, referred to locally as the “pull-him-down” (PHD) syndrome, has attracted harsh comments from a former UN Secretary-General, Busumru Kofi Annan. Speaking in Kumasi, Mr Annan deplored the way and manner in which… Continue reading »