Georgina Wood, Akua Kuenyehia and others own state lands - News Summed Up

Georgina Wood, Akua Kuenyehia and others own state lands


Although the government says the degazetted portion, about 361 acres, is being ceded to the allodial owners of the forest land, the Owoo family, environmentalists insist that the government ought to protect and preserve it due to its importance. In the purported Will, Sir John bequeathed acres of lands he owned in his name and others he owned in the name of his companies in the Achimota forest to some relatives. Many have spoken against the development and accused the late Sir John of taking advantage of his office to amass for himself lands that ought to be protected for the state. Just as issues of Sir John’s Will were about settling, another list of some prominent individuals and politicians who own state lands and state properties have become public. The 19-paged document available to GhanaWeb named some politicians both in opposition and current, members of the judiciary, and some major entities and institutions, among others having acquired state lands and property in some prime areas in Accra.


Source: GhanaWeb May 26, 2022 13:09 UTC



Loading...
Loading...
  

Loading...