A lecturer at the University of Ghana, Prof Ransford Gyampo, has quizzed whether the Efua Sutherland Addy Park which is the only state owned children's park in Ghana has been sold and waiting to be declassified.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 25th May 2022, Prof wrote;
"Looking at its currently deplorable state, has the Efua Sutherland Addy Park, the only state-owned children’s park been sold, and waiting to be “declassified”? Mr Jinapor, please look into this question for God, country and the GH child."
The comments of the outspoken Professor, Ransford Gyampo comes as a background to the Achimota Forest reserve which has been declassified by the government last week. Following the declassification, a WILL of the late NPP's Sir John went viral on the internet. , Sir John WILL stated that he owes some lands in the Achimota forest and that he gift it to some named family members forever.
Prof Gyampo question has brought in several reactions. Check some below.
"I weep for the next generation.These thieves in government will never be forgiven by the next generation." A user wrote.
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