Ghanaian investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas is set to release his latest investigative piece which focuses on illegal mining.
The award-winning journalist made the announcement on his Facebook page on Tuesday.
The report, which he said will be published in the New Crusading Guide newspaper, features “illegal deals on mining sites.”
“Be prepared to see the shocking realities on illegal mining. Anas Aremeyaw Anas hits the ground together with the team,” he stated.
Grab a copy of your authoritative New Crusading GUIDE and read about the men who stab the nation in the back.
Get to read about the illegal deals on mining sites and details about how the men who are supposed to work in the interest of the President and Ghanaians, take money and neglect their duties.
Be prepared to see the shocking realities on illegal mining. Anas Aremeyaw Anas hits the ground together with the team. Part 1 #SayNoToCorruption #JeSuisAnas
Illegal mining in the country has been a topical issue in the country for the past few years sparking major campaigns and outrage by Ghanaians especially over the negative impact on the activities on water bodies and lands.
Citi FM led a campaign spanning many months with a petition to Parliament to demand among other things that the mining sector be sanitized.
The government, in taking action on the campaign constituted joint police and military taskforce called Operation Vanguard, which was tasked to arrest and ensure prosecution of illegal small-scale miners in the country.
While some arrests were made, rumours were rife that the task force was in the business of taking bribes and leaving out illegal-small scale miners, but the taskforce’s commanders denied those claims insisting that the major problem with their work was the slow pace of prosecution and the lenient sanctions imposed on persons prosecuted.