Mahama’s latest promise that could sweep mass votes for the NDC.

The Former President Of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama says he will return mining concessions which were illegitimately taken from their unique proprietors back to them on the off chance that he wins the December elections. Prior to the upcoming elections, John Mahama embarked on his pre-election campaign to unveil his running-mate to the Asantehene. He has released a sweet promise to miners who have been really affected by the ‘Ban Galamsey’ project by the NPP government. 

In his speech delivered, here’s what he had to say concerning the Miners’ promise;

Flagbearer of the NDC, John Mahama.

“The other time, I was talking about little scope of mining businesses. Individuals paid cash to obtain concessions lawfully from the Mineral Commission. We are each individuals in Ghana, everybody must profit from our nation, paying little heed to where you originate from. Regardless of whether you are an Ashanti, Akyem, Ga, Ewe or Dagomba, we are all Ghanaians.” 

“The NDC is, notwithstanding, we represent social equity, so God willing when we return into power, we’ll right every one of these errors, we’ll recover the concessions and give them back to the legitimate proprietors. We’ll make laws to such an extent that the nation will profit by the mining without decimating our territories and water bodies.” 

On the guarantee to guarantee the proficient administration of little scope mining in the nation. 

“We will screen and guarantee that little scope mining is done well to spare the earth while opening the door for a great deal of openings for work for our childhood in the mining division.” 

“We don’t need to manhandle individuals with troopers since they need to battle for their families. We just need laws to control that sort of mining in the nation since when we do that well, it will make riches for our people”.

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