Achimota forest which was sold to some members of the New patriotic party has become the top trending news in Ghana everyone is talking about how and why a whole property that belongs to the nation can be sold to some political members, which is against the laws of the land.
The Minister of Lands and natural resources Honourable Samuel Abu Jinapor is investigating the case which has become the topmost topic Ghanaians are talking about. In the report which was brought by the minister today, the statement mentions former president John Dramani Mahama and the former minister of lands and natural resources Innusah Fuseini holding some part of the forest as their properties.
According to the report in 2013, the Owoo family write a petition to the former president to release some part of the land to them. In 2014 some part of the land was given but the title and the actual size of the end land were omitted. From the minister's statement, all the past and present wrong acquisitions of lands would be dealt with accordingly.
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