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10 Sep 2013

Abdul Karim Naatogmah, CitiFm Online (Ghana)

Investigate human rights abuses in Prestea [Ghana]

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Golden Star Resources to respond. Golden Star Resources did not respond.] A group calling itself the Concerned Citizens Association of Prestea (CCAP) has taken a swipe at [the]… alleged brutalization of residents of Prestea…Bondaye, [and] Nakaba...by Golden Star Resources Limited in connivance with state security operatives. It stated, “Brutalities in mining communities are not new but [are]…re-emerging...” According to the group, under the guise of fighting illegal mining, the multinationals have connived with the security forces to just brutalize residents. The group condemned the Environmental Protection Agency’s silence on their concerns raised in previous petitions…The group further [said]…“We call on the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice to investigate the circumstances that led to [the] brutalities…”