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Today, there has been a trending Will of the late Sir John, who was the Chief Executive Officer of the Forest Commission. The Will said that Sir John had stated that he owns a land in the Achimota forest and so he gives it to one of his family members.
His former aide, Charles Owusu while speaking on Ekosisen on Asempa FM revealed that, the statement people are saying is the Will of Sir John, just said Achimota Forest and not Achimota Forest Reserve. He also revealed that he's very sad to see the Will of a dead man on social media.
" I'm very sad the Will of a dead man is all over social media. Don't we know that he can't come to explain things? Why did we sink so low?? In any case, the Will that is going around didn't even say Achimota Forest Reserve but Achimota Forest, there are two different things. I will leave it to the lands commission because they will be conducting an investigation and so let's wait for their findings." Charles Owusu revealed this on Ekosisen on Asempa FM.
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