Ghana Galamsey Government: Sham is to be exposed at Sharm El-Sheikh
If you are wondering now, how a single Chinese Woman sneaked in and out of Ghana and even married a Ghanaian on the blindside of Ghanaians...
Once Upon a time in Ghana, Ghanaians woke up to hundreds of normals in the City Centre…
Ghanaians were left wondering how they walked unnoticed to the heart of the Central Business District of Accra.
They were fleeing from starvation, famine brought about by climate change not war…
If you are wondering now, how a single Chinese Woman sneaked in and out of Ghana and even married a Ghanaian on the blindside of Ghanaians…
It is not the same as the President and Commander-in-Chief of the Ghana Armed Forces and the Chairman of the National Security Council not knowing how the most notorious Chinese Galamsey Queen fled Ghana or sneaked back into Ghana to her Galamsey Empire…
Especially when the President had put his Presidency on the line.
IS THAT A SERIOUS PERSON?
Ghana is Co-chair of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which takes climate change seriously yet President Akufo-Addo personifies the opposite.
More bizarre is the fact that Akufo-Addo’s Lands, Forestry and Natural Resources Minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor is expected to co-chair the Forest and Climate Leaders’ Partnership (FCLP) alongside the United States, John Kerry for the first Ministerial meeting at COP27 on Saturday, 12th November, 2022.
What is Samuel Abu Jinapor going to do or say at the summit?
will Samuel Abu Jinapor be sincere and confess to the Ghanaian Tragedy under his watch?
Just like Labianca, who is still a member of the Council of State, it is expected that the Galamsey Government and NPP Party Officials will remain at post.
Will Samuel Abu Jinapor tell Ghana’s Galamsey story, the Land Looting by high profile personalities or make a joke of the Sir John Will?
Whatever it is, John Kerry and the rest of the world will hear about the destruction of forests, farmlands, rivers and water bodies by Galamseyers and massive Land Looting under the watch of Samuel Abu Jinapor and Akufo-Addo.
By Prince-Derek Adjei