The National Organizer of the Liberal Party of Ghana (LPG), Yaw Asani Tanoh reacts to the sale of the Achimota Forest although it has not been sold.
Yaw Asani Tanoh says he feels pity for the people of this country especially the people of the Greater Accra Region because it is their home that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government is selling.
Yaw Asani Tanoh addressed the elders and chiefs of the Greater Accra Region that with all due respect, they should not allow the Achimota Forest to be sold but rather rise against it.
Yaw Asani Tanoh said the youths will rise against the barbaric stealing and the capture of their lands and they need to do it because the government is capable of selling lands that do not belong to them for benefits.
Yaw Asani Tanoh disclosed this in an interview with the host of "Me Man Nti", Mac Jerry Osei Agyemang on Neat 100.9 FM.
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