Maybe we have to sue the government? For it collects direct and indirect taxes to safeguard the public welfare, right? If it doesn’t use the taxes to ensure the public welfare – in this case, repair the damage done to the rivers by the galamsey operators so that posterity can have water to drink – it ought to be sued to do its duty, mustn’t it?
River Twafuor remained in use until a particularly useless and immensely self-centred “educated” man bulldozed himself on to our stool and became our chief. The fool neglected everything, including how to enforce the protections that had previously been accorded to the stream. So, today, Twafuor has dried up. Dead.
WHAT CAN AKYEM ABUAKWA DO ABOUT GALAMSEY? By CAMERON DUODU The Akyems are among the most democratic people in the world. When a meeting is held at an Akyem chief”s palace, anyone can contribute to the discussion – provided he or she knows how to speak in public. The methodology for speaking one’s mind in …
THIS ‘GALAMSEY’ THING HAS BECOME A WAR! BY CAMERON DUODU Very little about Ghana alarms me these days, for my “alarmometer” has been almost walloped senseless by occurrences the like of which I had never imagined could ever take place in this country, Nevertheless, I was totally caught unawares when I …