Chairman of Ashanti Chapter of the Ghana National Association of Small Scale Miners (GNASSM) has cast doubts over debate on NPP’s silent manifesto on small scale mining.
Frank Osei a.k.a DENERO admits the simmering debate ongoing especially among small scale miners leaves much to be desired especially where people are drawing conclusions from perceptions.
Reacting to rising concerns where NPP new manifesto launched just last week in Cape Coast is reported to have failed to cover the small scale mining sector moments after receiving an award in exceptional leadership from Ambassadors for Peace and Justice Foundation Ghana ( NGO), could not fathom why the party could create such a missing link.
Frank Osei has been recognized by the Kumasi based NGO which speaks and care for the vulnerable for his comittment and contributions to fight illegal dredgers operating on our river bodies.
Upon such recognition, the group described the leadership qualities of Frank Osei in these words trustworthy, visionary, knowledgeable and integrity and again conferred on him the title ” Ambassador” for Justice to assist the needy.
Mr Osei was thankful to the group and indicated the motivation to do more as a result of the recognition.
He spoke about GNASSM’s readiness to lead and continue the fight against river pollution through illegal mining.