Nana Addo reopened the Anglogold
Previous Obuasi Metropolitan Chief Executive (MCE) under the past Mahama organization, Richard Ofori Boadi Agyemang generally known as ‘Zuba’ has ascribed the incomplete shutdown of Anglogold Ashanti in Obuasi to factional legislative issues.
Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, re-opened the Anglogold Ashanti gold mine in Obuasi, which was shut in 2014, in satisfaction of a battle promise he made to the general population of Obuasi on fifteenth July, 2016, in the run-up to the 2016 general races.
Tending to the Chiefs and individuals of Obuasi, on Tuesday, 22nd January, 2019, Akufo-Addo noticed that upon his supposition of office, a progression of talks and transactions occurred, the final product being the re-improvement venture of the Obuasi mine.
With an expected two thousand, five hundred (2,500) employments to be made, Akufo-Addo was certain that Obuasi, a once lively town, will be breathed life into back once more, with an enhancement in the living conditions of its inhabitants.
The previous MCE expressed that in 2011 Anglogold Ashanti delivered gold more than 380,000 ounces of gold for the year, in 2012 creation was a little more than 312,000 which demonstrated a decrease in more than 50,000 ounces of gold.
He noticed that, while Anglogold Ashanti was creating around 312,00 of every 2012 with a work power of 5,000, Tarkwa Mines was delivering more ounces of gold with lesser workforce. He included that the issue was a greater amount of workforce and back issues and not an ideological group purposely shutting down an organization.
Previous Obuasi Metropolitan Chief Executive, additionally uncovered that what the President did yesterday was the dispatch of the redeveloped Obuasi Mines and not a revive like the NPP needed to put over.
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