Residents of Ding Gola Chiefdom Protest Pollution from Mining Company

Residents of Ding Gola Chiefdom in Todee rural Montserrado County are claiming that the Rural Urban Service Mining Company is polluting the only Marquoi River which the community relies on as a source of drinking water.

Chairman of the Concern Citizen Movement of the Chiefdom, James Mayah, expressed his dismay regarding the situation, saying that the activities of the Chinese mining company have not benefited the community in any way, only bringing about destruction.

Mayah further pointed out that the company has breached the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding that was established between the two parties.

Consequently, the community is now suffering from the polluted rivers and streams that have resulted from the mining operations.

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