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Sir John’s alleged property at Achimota forest and Ramsar site will return back to the state – Samuel Abu Jinapor

The Lands and Natural Resources Minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor, says lands which structure some portion of the Achimota timberland and the Ramsar site at Sakumono suspected to have a place with the late CEO of the Forestry Commission, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, famously known as Sir John will be gotten back to the state.

He noticed that given the conditions, any exchange which apparently occurred and prompted the securing of the land by the then CEO of the Forestry Commission is void.

"The entirety of the conditions of this matter will imply that anything exchange which should have occurred and these properties which should be essential for the domain of Sir John can't stand," he said.

He was talking on Saturday, May 28 on JoyNews' Newsfile according to the uproar encompassing the declassification of parts of the Achimota Forest Reserve and the ensuing adventure that has unfurled after bits of the Reserve were found handed down to recipients in the desire of Sir John.

While guaranteeing the public that endeavors have previously been started to guarantee that the properties are gotten back to the state, he emphasized the President's obligation to protecting the country's regular assets.

"Fortunately the President has totally dedicated to guaranteeing that we deal with these assets mindfully, successfully and with uprightness which is great.

"I'm additionally especially supported with the sort of assessment, cross examination and public talk which has welcomed this mediation, and I believe that it's all in light of a legitimate concern for our majority rules system and furthermore the public great."

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Achimota John JoyNews' Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie Ramsar


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