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Seven Oceans Salt Organization hit by ‘Stop the executioner dykes’ dissent

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Seven Oceans Salt Organization hit by ‘Stop the executioner dykes’ dissent

Occupants of Viepe-Tokor Constituent Region in Ketu South are arranging a dissent to request Seven Oceans Salt Restricted, a mining organization nearby, to stop the development of dykes for its tasks.

This followed the suffocating of Lady Yawa Apenu, 41, with her two youngsters matured 14 and 10 and a third kid matured eight, who lived with the family, on Saturday when they fell into a pit dove in the Keta Tidal pond at Laklevikope, while they endeavored to fish.

Saturday’s suffocating was the third such episode to happen in the electing region, guaranteeing six lives in a spate of two months.

Mr. Victor Ayaku, Gathering part for the region, in a meeting with the Ghana News Organization during a visit to the scene said these “executioner dykes should quit” questioning in the event that the organization had legitimate ownership of his discretionary region.

As of now, the organization currently possesses three concessions situated in the District, which incorporate Adina Concession (at present created) containing Adina, Amutinu, Salakakope, Agbevekope, and Kpedzakope; Agavedzi-Blekusu Concession (Agavedzi, Blekusu, Dogbekope, Sonuto, Taskcorner, and Tsavanya) and White D’Or Concession (Hedzranawo, Adafienu, Tetekope, and Agorko) legitimately procured from the Ghana Mineral Commission.

“We’re arranging a dissent one week from now to get the organization to shut down these executioner dykes. Our kin is biting the dust. Seven Oceans has concessions in the Adina-Adafienu regions. They ought to close the dykes and focus on that and pass on these new regions they’re stretching out their tasks to for local area individuals to approach the tidal pond to fish,” Mr. Ayaku said.

Mr. John Jones Kuwornu, the occupant of Laklevikope expressed happenings along the stretch of the tidal pond were stunning and something earnest should have been finished to stop the deficiency of lives.

Mr. Adams Mensah, Advertising Official, Seven Oceans Salt Restricted, made sense of development chips away at the dykes slowed down due to the downpours and that finished dykes could never have represented any risk as pits made during development would have been fixed.

“Living souls have been lost and we really want to find how best to keep away from a repeat. We have signs built which we’re mounting on our concessions to caution individuals of peril zones.

“Yet, even that, individuals need training on the most proficient method to be protected when they go fishing on the grounds that however we don’t have pits dug external our concessions, it is potential occupants figured out how to impact those we contracted for the dykes to do as such to permit them to fish during dry seasons.

“The present moment, our need is to offer monetary help to the dispossessed family, give the essential help to the single man since he might be going through a great deal having lost his significant other and youngsters,” he said.

In the meantime, a delivery by Ketu Youth Being developed Organization on Tuesday and endorsed by Mr. Elolo White Kelie, the Chief, communicated worry about the lives being lost because of tasks of the mining organization and approached partners to “act with a heart to stop these lamentable occasions.”

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