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Amaadaa Residents threaten to demonstrate against E.K Agyemang Mining Company.

The residents of Amaadaa in the Atwima Mponua district of Ashanti Region are peeved with the mining firm company called E.K Agyemang.

The residents are demanding an immediate end to the menace that is negatively impacting their livelihoods.

Addressing the Pressmen, the Committee Chairman, Asilevi Kwabena, complained about the destruction of their land by E.K Agyemang Mining firm and its effect on the environment and promised to resist it.

They noted that there has been a decline in their harvest as a result of the destruction of their farmlands caused by E.K Agyemang Mining firm.

The painful thing is that, the above named Mining firm has not helping them as far as social corporate responsibilities is concern.

According to the residents, there was a community mining in that area which was helping them a 9 unit classroom block, which is now yet to complete.

The leader of the group who also the committee chairman, Asilevi Kwabena pleaded with the government to terminate the contract of E.K Agyemang Mining firm, because their lives is in danger.

12 people died in the pit which belongs to E.K Agyemang Mining firm.

Meanwhile, the Chief Executive Officer of E.K Agyemang Mining firm is yet to respond to concerns raised by the residents.

Call for more revelations.

Asilevi Kwabena
(Unit Committee Chairman) 0209992709

Acheampong Samuel (Youth Leader) 0246023763

Emmanuel Oteng Mensah (0595910823)

Kwadwo Thomas

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