According to the general secretary of the GNASSM, Godwin Armah, the organization could be very optimistic that such coordinated efforts will ultimately help weed out illegal miners and their allies, in addition to assure the promotion and safety of legal mining inside Ghana’s mining sector.
The two counts for which Aisha Huang has been introduced earlier than the Accra Circuit Court are all related to illegal mining, in accordance to Armah’s additional assertions, that are supported by the fact that she was detained again and the cost sheet that has been made public.
Mr Armah additional urges the media to keep away from misrepresenting the details when quoting miners from the small-scale mining sector by being cautious and succinct in their reporting.
“The Association as a matter of concern is charging the media to be circumspect and concise in bringing clarity to whoever they quote for purpose of personification.”
According to GNASSM, linking each small-scale miner to Small Scale Miners Association leaves a lot to be desired particularly when discussing govt position holders. Any other reference that implies in any other case should be made with recourse to readability and specification in order to dispel unwarranted suspicion, in accordance to the Association, which believes that utilizing the time period Small Scale Miners Association refers to the GNASSM, which serves as an umbrella organization.