- Some anti-drone pilots have called for the return of Charles Bissue, former secretary of the Interministerial Committee on Illegal Mining
- Bissue resigned after he was caught in an anti-galamsey tape released by Anas Aremeyaw Anas
- The pilots argue that Bissue's absence is negatively affecting their work
Some drone pilots working on anti-galamsey projects in the country, have appealed for the return of Charles Bissue, who resigned following a documentary focused on illegal mining.
Per a Ghanaweb.com report, the vpilots have argued that Bissue’s absence is negatively affecting their work, as there are administrative lapses.
The pilots have therefore appealed to President Akufo-Addo to compel state agencies to expedite investigations on Bissue’s investigation.
Bissue, a former secretary to the Interministerial Committee on Illegal Mining, was captured in a tape released by investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
He later resigned, in order to pave way for investigations to be conducted into the matter.
According to a statement signed by Emmanuel Quagraine, a drone pilot, the lack of effectiveness in activities coordination has led to a setback in the general administration of their work.
A situation, he attributes to the absence of Bissue, who was the main administrator of the secretariat.
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