Small Scale Miner Supports Community Road Projects In Dunkwa

The managing director of Evans faith mining enterprise at Dunkwa in the central region Mr. Evans Bukuro has shared his quota to help repair the bad nature of Pokukrom road a community near Dunkwa after it has prevented farmers getting to Dunkwa its capital for trading in more than five days.

Pokukrom a farming community in a main producer of cocoa beans has very bad deteriorating road that avoid cars getting to and from the town. A section of the road have become very muddy for long time due to lack of covet and drains to control erosion have spoil the road.

Usually, vehicles moving through this section of the road get stuck preventing people getting to the nest town. Living in the village becomes difficult especially during the raining season. After a long waiting on government and other proposals seeking intervention from authorities prevailed null Evans has now intervene.

The director of Evans Faith Enterprise as part of his social responsibilities has taken the nod to redeem his people of Poku-krom from that mess.

He has sent two excavators, two bulldozers and five tipper trucks to excavate and do refilling and to shape the road for easy transport.

Mr. Mr. Evans Bukuro speaking in an interview with says he is sharing his social responsibility to support the community. According to him, it is part of their work as miners to support communities in which they operate.

He said, it is not everything that people will call on government, but all should commence our quota to support our communities where we live.

He gave approximate estimated cost of the projects to be Ghc14,000 per day, but will take three days to complete the project. He however, encouraged all miners to learn from what he has done to learn from it.

He pleads on government and authorities to protect small miners in other to encourage them to do more to help their communities. He added that, the distinguish between illegal and small scale mining should be extensively drawn to make them unique.

He said, the thin margin between illegal and small scale mining is making their work difficult.


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