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It has come to light that the current unbridled destruction of Ghana’s water bodies, cocoa farms and general environment among other irresponsible mining activities known as ‘galamsey’ is actually self-inflicted considering the country’s weak mining laws

Mr. Augustine Niber, Executive Director of Centre For Public Interest Law [CEPIL] said “while it is important for all of us to join the discussions on the issue of “galamsey” that is very topical in the country now, it is equally important to take a look at some of the weaknesses in our laws and regulations or their implementation and enforcement thereof, which has otherwise exacerbated the issue of irresponsible mining in the country as a whole with the view to finding comprehensive and lasting solutions to addressing the  issue in the country”.

Read more: Ghana’s Weak Mining Laws is the cause of Galamsey in Ghana – CEPIL Boss

The Centre for Public Interest Law (CEPIL) has warned that the fight against widespread corruption would remain a mirage if efforts are not made to establish an independent prosecution mechanism to combat the canker.
Read more: Corruption Clampdown Requires Independent Prosecution Mechanism - CEPIL
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