The National Communications Officer for the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi says anybody who will attempt to touch the Achimota Forest is an enemy to the country and therefore that person must be dealt with severely.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, there is a popular adage in Ghana that says when the last tree dies, the last man die and this relates to our forest reserve.
The lives of the Ghanaians and the people of the Greater Accra Region depend on the forest reserves as we all can attest to the fact that plants provide oxygen for human beings and the forests can also be called plants.
The only means of survival for the Ghanaians especially the people of the Greater Accra Region is the Achimota forest and therefore it needs not to be touched or even cut down or else a lot of lives will be lost.
Sammy Gyamfi says if anyone attempts to attack or touch the Achimota Forest, that person has become an enemy to the country, and therefore he or she must be dealt with severely.
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