Concerned Ghanaian Environmental Advocate, Francis Frempah and his Expatriate wife Camillia Ignat
Concerned Ghanaian Environmental Advocate, Francis Frempah and his Expatriate wife Camillia Ignat

Author: INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST OHIM || ONUA, MEDIA GENERAL

Concerned Ghanaian Environmental Advocate, Francis Frempah and his Expatriate wife Camillia Ignat have reignited the unending war against illegal mining Galamsey.

In the Company of his wife, he gathered some other concerned Ghanaians from the streets of Accra on Thursday to wage a massive war against Galamsey.

The group also carried along bottled samples of the polluted water from most of these Galamsey-prone river bodies and natural resources.

The samples were presented to the security gates of the Ghana Parliament as the group marched all the way to Parliament.

But the Parliamentary security authorities claimed they were not aware of such a Galamsey Advocacy event but went ahead to address the group.

“Since this was an unannounced activity, we have come to address you and further take your message to the entire leadership of Parliament,” a Deputy Marshall of Parliament Security told the silent protesters.

This is what the Convener, Mr. Frempah had to say:

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