Not long ago, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo-Addo signed an Executive Instrument declassifying portions of Achimota forest as no longer part of the forest reserves. His bold decision has caused Ghanaians to massively react. However, during a discussion on Metro TV, the managing director and editor at the insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt boldly lambasted the President's action. Nevertheless, he left this message.
"There were some arguments that some part of the forest which is described as the periphery can be sacrificed. How can that be possible?
Kwesi Pratt then continued with a statement made by Hon. Samuel Abu Jinapor. "Paragraph two of his statement say that, what Executive Instrument 144 does is to make the peripheral portions of the forest reserves, which had already been granted to the Owoo family in September 2013, portions of which that had already been developed, cease to be a forest reserve to ensure a development that is consistent with the area of the forest reserve. However, things which will be done in the area which ceases to be forest reserves will be consistent with the forest reserve".
In reaction to Jinapor's statemet, Kwesi Pratt hilariously revealed that the English is knocking his head. He again read Jinapor's statement and in his overwhelming reactions, he emphatically said, "What does this mean? Maybe my English teacher was not very useful".
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