Understanding the socio-economic impact of Ghana’s water crisis

The government of Ghana is cracking down on illegal mining with about 200 soldiers deployed about a week ago to check unlawful mining activity around waterways. Ghana’s water utility agency earlier disclosed that pollution from mining activities has contaminated the country’s water sources, affecting access to drinking water. Louis Yaw Afful, Executive Director of the AFCFTA Policy Network Group joins CNBC Africa for more.

Wed, 05 May 2021 12:00:32 GMT

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