The Ministry of Land and Natural Resources spearheaded by the Minister Abu Jinapor, who doubles as a Member of Parliamentarian, strategized and implemented a policy of planting five million trees to mark the day on June 11, 2021. This policy received massive citizen from the Ghanaian populace as all and sundry were spotted participating in the exercise.
Today, Johnnie Hughes sent a bold request to the Honorable Minister, Abu Jinapor, concerning the tree planting exercise. Johnnie Hughes begun by showing a picture of a tree planting exercise he embarked on 5 years ago in the Northern region. He disclosed that the tree he planted has grown and has his inscription.
He therefore noted that today marks exactly four months after the tree planting exercise. Johnnie Hughes boldly asked the Minister these few requests and questions.
1. Where were the trees grown?
2. How many trees were grown? (Recall the Minister announced that the country produced over and above the expected estimate, 5 million)
3. How are the trees faring?
4. Can the Minister call for a media coverage of these plants?
The worry of Johnnie Hughes was that close to 12 million Ghana cedi was spent in planting these trees. According to him, that expenditure could have solve the problem of no desks in schools.
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