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Release From Ministry Of Lands And Natural Resources On Alleged Sir John's Lands In Achimota Forest

The Ministry of Land and Natural Resources, following the allegations made that Sir John Owes some lands in the Achimota Forest, has clear the air.

Below is the press statement released on Sunday, 22nd May, 2022.


The attention of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources has been drawn to a document making the rounds on social media, which alleges that the late former Chief Executive Officer of the Forestry Commission, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, had included portions of the Achimota Forest in his Will, and given out same to individuals who are said to be related to him.

The Ministry takes a very serious view of the allegations, and has requested for all documents relating to the lands in question, as part of an initial inquiry to ascertain the veracity of the claims.

Considering that the issues that form the basis of the allegations predate the tenure of the current Minister, Hon. Samuel A. Jinapor, MP, it is important that he is seized with the full facts to enable him take appropriate action, if, indeed, there is any merit in the claims.

The Ministry assures the general public and the good people of Ghana that it will ensure that the national interest is protected at all times, especially in matters pertaining to the Achimota Forest. "

Check the alleged Sir John's WILL below

In the WILL, Sir John is said to owe some lands in the Achimota forest reserve which he has gifted it to family members.

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Achimota Forest John Owes Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie Ministry of Land and Natural Resources Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources


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