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Sammy Gyamfi Finally Speaks On The Achimota Forest Saga

I have been following the public discussion on the Achimota Forest Saga with keen interest. I must say that I am disgusted at the revelations I have heard.

We must put Ghana first in this conversation. Anyone who knows the importance of a forest reserve will understand my point.

There's a saying that goes, "when the last tree dies, the last man dies". It shows our interdependence on green vegetation.

Even a JHS student can explain this. I am a science student and I studied environmental science as part of my first degree at KNUST.

Without trees, there wouldn't be any oxygen to breathe. Anyone who attacks or appropriates the forest lands to himself is an enemy of this country.

This whole issue is a result of a family that has come to claim some parcels of land we call the Achimota Forest.

Anybody who has read the history of that land, specifically the Jacksons Commission will conclude that the issue of the pre-acquisition ownership of that land is in dispute and must be investigated.

These were the words of Sammy Gyamfi introducing the Achimota Forest saga on Good Morning Ghana

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