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Minister of Lands Declares Sir John's Ownership Of Lands At The Achimota Forest Void

Most Ghanaians can be said to be in a state of shock and cannot stop talking about the content of Sir John's Will circulating on the media; the social media, press media, television and the likes.

The death and the reading of the Will or the leaking of Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie's Will has revealed certain hidden things that Ghanaians or the electorates in Ghana have no idea about.

Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie who is popularly known as sir John left a lot of properties behind for his family. The Will containing all these properties has been circulating everywhere and Ghanaians cannot seem to understand why some public properties ( parcels of lands at the Achimota forest) were listed on the former NPP General Secretary.

Sir John

The consistent and the unending talks about this new development has made the Minister of lands and natural resources add his voice.

According to the minister, Samuel Abu Jinapor preliminary and further checks at the Lands and Forestry Commission the records of the lands in question show no record of ownership of the lands at the Achimota Forest by the late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie.

And for this reason he as the Minister of Lands and Natural Resources has directed the Lands and Forestry Commission to deem any ownership of lands in the Achimota Forest by late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie as void and are to take appropriate actions accordingly.

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Ghanaians John Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie Samuel Abu Jinapor


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