The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources says it will explore the claim that previous Chief Executive Officer of the Forestry Commission, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, otherwise called Sir John possessed a few grounds in the Achimota Forest and named the expressed terrains in his Will.
A media report had recommended that Sir John in his Will named his youngsters and a few people connected with him as the ones the grounds ought to be given to for eternity.
The said Will has been coursed via online entertainment, in which five people have been named as the recipients of the said lands.
It is dated May 20, 2020, half a month prior to Sir John passed on in July 2020.
The expressed Will available for use was guaranteed at the High Court in August 2021.
In a press proclamation gave by the Public Relations Unit of the area service, it said, "The Ministry takes an intense perspective on the charges, and has mentioned for all records connecting with the grounds being referred to, as a component of an underlying request to discover the veracity of the cases. Taking into account that the issues that structure the premise of the charges originate before the residency of the ongoing Minister, Samuel A. Jinapor, MP, it is critical that he is seized with the full realities to empower him make a fitting move, if, for sure, there is any legitimacy in the cases
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