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Parliamentary panel calls Abu Jinapor over return of vested state grounds to proprietors

The Lands and Forestry Committee of Parliament has brought the area serve, Samuel Abu Jinapor over the arrival of state grounds to certain families and conventional specialists.

The declassification of segments of the Achimota timberland as a save and matters emerging has produced public talk.

Addressing the media, Ranking Member on the board, Dr . Rashid Pelpuo demonstrated that a critical gathering will happen next Tuesday.

"The specialists worried about keeping government lands are showing responsibility in the use of the land. We are mindful of the Achimota land issue. While we are as yet mulling over everything, different issues are coming, even with our territories in Kumasi and other Regional capitals."

"We have reached the place that we assume we really want to discuss it, and we want to get to the Minister to precede the participation of the board of Lands and Forestry to clear up for us the conditions under which government is finding it convincing to give out lands that it has obtained a long time back."

Broad media reports show that the public authority has given in excess of 400 sections of land of state lands, remembering a segment of the tactical military enclosure for Kumasi, to the Asantehene.

The Chief Director of the Ashanti Regional Coordinating Council, Mrs. Emelia Ayebeng Botchway, is accounted for to have composed a letter with that impact for the benefit of the Regional Minister, Simon Osei Mensah.

The letter refers to the issuance of "Leader Instrument 432 of 2021 by Government in regard of Redevelopment of Sector 18 of Kumasi, which was distributed in the Ghana Gazette on 31st December 2021."

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Abu Jinapor Achimota Kumasi Lands and Forestry Committee Rashid Pelpuo


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