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The Cover Up Has Started - Former NDC Minister Reacts To Sir John's Will And Lands Commission's Damages

A former Female Minister under John Evans Ata Mills, Honorable Zita Okaikoi has reacted to Land commission damages and Sir John's Will.

According to her, information reaching her indicates that there is a cover up involving documents surrounding the ongoing Sir John's Will and Achimota Forest brouhaha.

With some images shared, the former Minister alleged that some officials from the Lands Commission are making a cover up.

In her own investigations and imagination, she explained that, information coming from the Lands Commission which explains that almost all their documents have destroyed due to rainstorms is false.

The former Minister showed further images and screenshots on her Facebook page.

It appears that its not only Zita but who shared those images. Some notable journalists like Ghanaman Wofase Nana Akwasi Addo also shared similar images. They were all in doubt in regards to the genuineness of what happened at the Lands Commission headquarters.

Reacting to the photos, many Ghanaians expressed their feelings. Majority of the commentators explained that indeed, flood consuming documents and destroying computers at the Lands Commission was allegedly planned.

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