Two hundred and two Chinese engaged in illegal mining in the country have volunteered to return to their home country.They have, therefore, pleaded with the Ghana Immigration Service (GIS) to process and repatriate them to China.
As for me i support the directive but, my problem is about our corrupt character associated with our officials in general. My second issue is to do with companies using plastic containers to package their products, be it beverage or food stuffs all of these entities should be equally be chased out like the chinese miners, because they are doing more harm to our environment than the galamsey miners. I remember when coca-cola international took over from ghana bottling company in the late 90s, they made promise that they will not use plastic bottles for their products because it will pollute the environment, but what do we see today they are the leading users of that plastic bottles. Is somebody from e p a reading this piece to act swiftly or what ?.
li weang mia
Jun 11, 2013 13-09
Colonization was over about some hundred years ago, so if these Chinese people think that they can just fly down to Ghana and do what pleases them, them I am sorry they have to face the real consequence. More to come.................
Jun 11, 2013 11-02
Can some one please answer a few questions bothering my mind, how many Ghanaian economic migrants to any country in the world has been granted such treatment? How many of these Chinese has Ghanaian blood on their hands and what has our people placed at the helm of affairs been doing with them so far? I hope these issues are not left in the hands of the police without an oversight responsibility of another security organization. A word to the wise is in the NORTH hahahahahaaaaa
Jun 11, 2013 10-17
They still must be prosecuted for poisoning our wet lands, devastating vegetation and natural resources, engaging in galamsey without permit and working without permit in Ghana OR?