The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Mr John Peter Amewu, has encouraged individuals from the present Lands Commission not to rehash the past mix-ups amid which government lands were sold to legislators and some narrow minded people in the nation to the weakness of the aggregate great of the country.
“In the event that I disclose to you the quantity of government handles that were sold to legislators and private people around a half year to the 2016 general decision, you will sob for this nation,” he expressed.
The Lands and Natural Resources Minister expressed further that the quantity of government handles that were sold amid the most recent four years from 2012 to 2016 far exceeded the quantity of government lands sold over the most recent 30 years.
“Nana Akufo-Addo as the President of this nation won’t take a seat for government terrains to be relegated like “kelewele,” he expressed.
Mr Amewu, who was talking at the introduction of the Northern Regional Lands Commission in Tamale last Tuesday, has, in this way, entrusted the commission to make preparations for those propensities and rather guarantee the best possible administration of open grounds and different terrains vested in the President by the Constitution for the benefit of the country and the general population of Ghana.
He noticed that in Tamale, government lands were additionally sold to some private people and designers and those in and around the workplaces of the Northern Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) were being produced. He, in this way, entrusted the Regional Lands Commission to return to the issue.
Mr Amewu, who initiated the individuals from the commission after they had guaranteed, promise of constancy and vow of mystery regulated to them by the Tamale Circuit Court Judge, Mr Justice Twumasi Appiah, advised the individuals against offering lands for their private intrigue or battle for lands for their family and companions.
“I charge you to maintain a strategic distance from the allurement of being impacted by vendors and pursuing for lands for yourselves, family and companions. The current past ought to be a reasonable lesson for every one of us,” he underscored.
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