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Galamsey Exposé: Sanction Gov’t Apparachiks Caught In The Act – Mahama To Akufo-Addo

Former President John Dramani Mahama has called on President Akufo-Addo to ‘bring to book and sanction’ culprits caught engaging in corruption acts in Anas’ latest expose.

Secretary to the anti-galamsey task force, Charles Bissue and others were caught on camera engaging in alleged extortion in investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ latest exposé, ‘Galamsey Fraud’.

Meanwhile, Mr Bissue has decided to step aside to allow investigations to go on.

According to him, “I was not and have not engaged in any acts of corruption, criminality or misconduct.”

However, Anas insists, Mr Bissue is not innocent.

Speaking to the expose, the former President in a post on Facebook, said the President “should let his belief in the Anas principle show by taking action”.

The former President shared the post below with a video attachment

The investigative exposé by Tiger Eye PI about officials at the Presidency aiding illegal small scale mining, ‘galamsey’, in Ghana, is an example of what our President Nana Akufo-Addo described in the attached video as the Anas principle.

Despite all the efforts by the NPP and Government apparatchiks to distract the nation’s attention from the premiere of the video last week, the evidence still stares us in the face.

The President should bring to book and sanction these people that we clearly see in the Anas video indulging in acts of malfeasance and receiving illicit monetary consideration.

He should let his belief in the Anas principle show by taking action. Action speaks louder than words.

And while you are at it, let me respectfully inform you sir, that Anas and his team have never felt more persecuted and threatened for the work that they do, than under your administration.


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