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Full Video Of Anas “Galamsey Fraud” Exposé


Full Video Of Anas “Galamsey Fraud” Exposé
Full Video Of Anas “Galamsey Fraud” Exposé

Full Video Of Anas “Galamsey Fraud” Exposé. The controversial documentary which delved into galamsey fraud in the Ghanaian society by ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, was released over a year ago.

The expose was said to be targeted at certain leaders who were into secret galamsey business, yet, tend to speak against it publicly.

Liike other several videos were given special trailers and dates announcement for anticipation, this particular also followed the same trend. Within a twinkle of an eye, the media in Ghana got hold of the video to showcase the content.

The former secretary to the Inter-Ministerial Committee on illegal mining, Mr. Charles Bissue has been in the news lately for his alleged involvement in illegal mining activities.

In reaction, Mr. Bissue, however, said that he has had enough of the name calling, following the airing of the investigative documentary by Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and the Tiger eye P.I team.

Below is a footage of a part of the conversation that went on.

In a press release issued on Monday, October 10, the Office of the Special Prosecutor said there is an ongoing enquiry into allegations of use of public office for profit against Charles Bissue during his tenure as secretary to the IMCIM.

The key state institutions included in the investigation of officials of the Lands Commission, the Lands Ministry and the Forestry Commission. The investigation also comes at a time where there’s been agitations from CSOs and a section of the populace for government to take decisive action against the illegal mining menace


In the statement copied to the media, the Office of the Special Prosecutor said:

“The investigations include the active and ongoing inquiry into allegations of use of public office for profits against Charles Bissue during his tenure as Secretary to the IMCIM arising from an investigative documentary titled ‘Galamsey Fraud Part 1, published by Tiger Eye PI.

“The investigations further target activities of the Akonta Mining Limited and other companies nationals of foreign countries allegedly involved in illegal mining and allegations of corruption and corruption related offence against Municipal and District Chief Executives political party officials.”

However, Mr Charles Bissue replied in a statement that:

“I did not demand any money from the applicant with promise of fast tracking or facilitating the process,” he refuted Anas’s allegations, describing his work as “corrupted”.

“The money in question was a donation from Bernard Antwi Boasiako [alias Chairman Wontumi] for a party activity. I did not grant the company any rights to resume mining when at the time, the ban was in force as published by Tiger Eye P.I.”

He added: “For the record, I don’t consider your work as an entrapment. In fact, it is hollow and a failed attempt to smear my reputation with lies, just as you’ve done to your victims in the past.

Charles Bissue descended heavily on Anas Aremeyaw Anas for recently revisiting his issue on galamsey.

President Akufo Addo has vowed to deal with persons within his government who may be found complicit in illegal mining activities.

The President said the government has for several years been struggling with the fight against ‘galamsey’, hence government officials cannot continue to compromise efforts against the menace.

“I am not here to threaten anybody, but I want you to know that this is a struggle that I take very seriously and I will not be in a position to protect anybody against who evidence is massed up about their complicity in this matter.

“I am a lawyer and I always deal with facts and when the facts are brought against you, you will be invited to comment on them. If the response is not satisfactory, you can guess to yourself what the consequences will be,” the President said.

Full Video Of Anas “Galamsey Fraud” Exposé

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