Ghana’ s Special Prosecutor, Lawyer Kisi Agyebeng will make history as the first man to investigate a ghost as he begins investigation into how the Achimota Forest landed in late New Patriotic Party Secretary, Sir John’ s will. Late Sir John in his will stated that he has some plots of land in the Achimota Forest which should be shared among his two nephews and be granted custody of the land forever.
However, Achimota Forest belongs to the state and at the time of writing his will no attempt had been made to give portions back to families. The Special Prosecutor is going to investigate how state lands ended up in a dead man’ s will.
Nonetheless, NDC Lawyer Amaliba told TV3 that it does not make any sense for Special Prosecutor to investigate a ghost. According to him, if there are people to investigate it should be government officials and party members who are stealing state properties in same manner.
” It should be opened to the public, let us invite people to testify, we will get to know how the forest was distributed to public servants apart from Sir John” He continued that it’ s exercise in futility because we can’ t arrest or punish a ghost if found guilty.
” If you want the OSP to do it he will just limit himself to the will and that will not address our our pain. Our pain is that a number of people have acquired state lands which is not just Sir John. “
If you are conducting a criminal investigation on your intention is to prosecute, how are you going to prosecute a dead man?
It is important to note that the history of Ghana no ghost has been investigated. If the special prosecutor does so, he will be first man to investigate a ghost.
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