A member of the Communication team of the NDC, Gabriella Tetteh, has disclosed that she would have loved to participate in the green Ghana project, but she had no space on her land for additional trees.
Gabriella Tetteh made this statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television this morning, June 14th, 2021, when she was asked by the host if she took part in the Green Ghana project.
"I would have loved to participate, but I started my greening project over twenty years ago so, I have no additional space for more trees.Those who know my neighborhood and where I live can attest to it." She said
According to Gabriella Tetteh, her trees have grown to the extent that the Assembly has to come and warn her to cut them.
She added that from her observation, people were planting the trees in front of their homes and offices. She couldn't just go to any place and start planting trees without any plans. That is why she didn't partake in the Green Ghana project.
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