A four-section arrangement from the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources and the Minerals Commission has moved toward the Asantehene, Otumfou Osei Tutu II, in Kumasi to search for his assistance in the fight against unlawful restricted extension mining.
The generosity call was in like manner to formally invite the Asantehene to the Regional Consultative Dialog on Small-Scale Mining, booked for Wednesday, May 12, 2021, in Kumasi and for the Ghana Green Project, which expects to plant 5,000,000 trees on June 11.
The task, driven by Mr Benito Owusu Bio, a Deputy Minister-allot for Lands and Natural Resources, said the assistance of the Asantehene was fundamental in winning the unlawful mining fight.
The Ashantehene, in his remarks, underlined the meaning of rejuvenating and amassing each accomplice in the mining territory to fight unlawful mining, especially at a time the country’s streams and woodlands cover were dissipating at a speedier rate.
He said the previous ages left the environment much cleaner and better and urged the current age to leave a more secure and better environment for what’s to come.
The Ashanti Regional Consultative Dialog on restricted extension mining follows the National Consultative Dialog held from April 14 to 15 in Accra.
People from the arrangement included Mr George Mireku Duker, a Deputy Minister-Designate for Lands and Natural Resources, Mr Martin Ayisi, the Acting CEO of the Minerals Commission, and Mr Kofi Adjei, the Chief Inspector of Mines at the Minerals Commission.