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.
Lands Commission are also telling their side of the story regarding the destroyed documents they had in their possession. Lands commission a few hours after several allegations erupted out of the blue have also come out with claims that they have had their documents destroyed. The lands commission have announced that there have been ruins in their department after the heavy downpour and this has led to the destruction of their computers and files.
The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources says there is no record that the late previous Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Forestry Commission, Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie otherwise known as Sir John possesses bits of the Achimota Forest or Ramsar site. This as per the Ministry follows checks at the Lands Commission as a component of examinations of the departed's Will which gave parts of these terrains to his family members.
The Lands Commission has stated that no land document at its head office at Cantonments in Accra was destroyed by Saturday, May 21 flooding. This comes on the back of media reports that documents including indentures, land maps, and land documents were affected by the downpour which flooded the basement of the office.
Justice Must Be Served: Husband of Lady Who Got Missing In Kumasi Finally Lands In ‘Serious’ Trouble
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the Lands Commission employee’s husband over his wife’s disappearance and alleged kidnapping. Mrs Rhodaline Amoah-Darko was reportedly missing after the victim allegedly left her house at Gyinase in Kumasi for work on August 30, 2021 but unexpectedly never returned home till date.
It is sad how life can treat some people sometimes. Whilst some have a smooth ride, others are facing one form of a challenge after the other. It will be very painful for any mother to bury her son and whilst still mourning his passing, her daughter will go missing without any trace.
Josephine Panyin Mensah Simmons, the lady at the center of the Takoradi fake pregnancy brouhaha has finally received good news after the Takoradi Harbor Court took a fresh decision about her case. She had been in custody since the past week after doctors confirmed that she was not pregnant.
The Police has released an official statement regarding the disappearance of Mrs Rhodaline Amoah - Darko, who left home in Kumasi for Sunyani on 30th August 2021 and has since not returned. The statement is signed BT the Director-General of Public Affairs of the Ghana Police Service, ACP Kwesi Ofori.
The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Hon Abu Jinapor has noted the ministry’s plans to allow chiefs to own lands 100 meters away from major roads in the Ashanti Region. He said in other regions, chiefs have sole ownership to lands 100 meters from major streets but otherwise in the Ashanti Region.
Hon. Benito Owusu-Bio, the Deputy Minister for Lands and Natural Resources in charge of Lands and Forestry, has received reports on Terms of Reference 1 and 2 from the Sole Inquirer, who was tasked with investigating the circumstances surrounding the true ownership of some parcel of land in dispute between the Bulgarian Embassy and a private developer.
The Chief Justice, His Lordship, Justice Anin Yeboah, has been trending on social media in an alleged $5million bribery scandal that involves him and Ogyeedom Obranu Kwesi, Atta IV, and his counsel, lawyer Akwasi Afrifa. The matter under consideration is in respect of a legal suit at the Supreme Court involving Ogyeedom Kwesi Atta IV as plaintiff and the Ghana Telecommunications Company Limited & the Lands Commission as respondent.
The prosecution of the case in which a lecturer at the Department of Petroleum Engineering of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) is standing trial over the disappearance of his wife, is now going to be done by the Attorney General (AG).
Sunday, August 22 2021 The former Auditor General Mr. Daniel Yao Dumelovo has praised the Vice President of the Republic HE Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia for leading the country's digitalisation agenda. The public sector since 2017 has gone through many digital transformations. The introduction of the biometric National Identification system was followed by the digital addressing system.
The Lands Commission has said it will fully implement the Land Act 2020 and its provisions to clamp down on criminal activities. The Act prescribes a least or minimum of 5 years jail term and a maximum of 15 years sentence for persons acting as land guards. Those who engage the services of land guards in Ghana also fall foul of the law.
Assin Central Lawmaker Kennedy Agyapong has told the National Chairman of the Lands Commission that he will disappoint his bid to turn into the National Chairman of the administering New Patriotic Party (NPP).As indicated by him, Stephen Ntim as Chairman of the Lands Commission has bombed horribly by plundering terrains in the country for NPP individuals.
Lands Commission of Northern Region has refuted claims by the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu that the Timber Market in Tamale has been sold out for commercial purposes. It would be recalled that on Saturday 1st May 2021 while interacting with his constituents, the Member of Parliament for Tamale South constituency has demanded from the government to reverse the sale of Timber Market in Tamale to private developers.
Assin Central official Kennedy Agyapong has said he will help a future legislature of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to recover all state handles that have been offered to individuals from his gathering, the New Patriotic Party (NPP).Mr Agyapong cautioned his gathering individuals that the NPP won't be in power perpetually in this way, they should stop from sharing state lands among themselves.
The contractor of Tamale interchange is targeting to complete the construction by the end of this year hence increasing project speed. At present, work is around 80% complete and — notwithstanding any unanticipated turns of events — it will be opened to traffic by December. The finished works comprise the first and second periods of the undertaking, which involves the development of box braces and the deck on top of which the street will be put to frame the bridge, the two of which have been laid.
Kennedy Agyapong is a well known man, who cannot be stopped from making wild allegations even if it goes against is own political party and he has successfully done that again, as he accuses many stalwarts of the NPP of grabbing state lands for their personal use.
Bad roads have been a major concern of the people of Ghana. From villages to towns and to cities there are only two things that is either the roads have birth potholes or not tarred roads at all. Potholes has been a major cause of road accidents especially here in the capital; Accra and other places.