Fishermen in the Western Region of Ghana are nervous about the country’s new offshore oil industry. They fear the potentially devastating impact an oil spill could have on their livelihoods and communities. In this video, Nana Kojo Kondua talks about the role of fishing in his village, Abuesi, and the urgent need for government action to protect fishing communities.
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