It was an unusual day since administration communicators had to spend the most of the day disputing certain claims leveled against them. The government has been accused of selling parts of the Achimota Forest.
This sparked outrage, with many accusing President Akufo- Addo of selling or collateralizing Ghana’ s assets.
Finally, Samuel Jinapor put an end to the rumors and debunked the charges. Despite the Ministry’ s information, Kwesi Pratt has stated that this topic would not be put to rest. The Achimota Forest, according to Kwesi, controlled rainfall, served as an ecology, and prevented pollution.
Since 2013, Kwesi and a group of environmentalists and civil society organizations have fought to keep the site open. He stated that the ministry’ s explanations were insufficient.
He promised that they would keep fighting and would not let this problem go to rest because it was a life and death situation.
It’ s worth noting that Kwesi believes there is no corruption in the Achimota narrative, but he is concerned that by giving pieces away, the place’ s true essence and purpose would be forgotten.
He urged the authorities to protect the area and keep it free of encroachers. It became clear that they were the true owners.
Again, the circumstances that prompted the government to take the forest away from them were not met. It was designed to help the Achimota school grow. They were not reimbursed either.
President Nana Akuffo Addo Dankwah and the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources are not doing anything new, according to Allan Gamma.
The National Democratic and steadfast party’s response out an end to the cheap lie that President Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo want to sell parts of the ACHIMOTA forest.
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