Ga Traditional Council sets committee to investigate release of Achimota Forest land to Owoo family, others
The Ga Traditional Council has set an independent committee to launch investigations into an alleged release of portions of lands to the Owoo’s family and others.
The committee would investigate all matters relating to lands in the Achimota Forest and its adjoining communities in the Greater Accra Region.
This was revealed in a document signed by Nii Adote Otintor II, Sempe Mantse and Mankralo of the Ga State.
It noted that, “the attention of the Ga Traditional Council has been drawn to news of the release of portions of the Achimota Forest to the Owoo family and matters
It further stated that, King Tackie
Teiko Tsuru II, the Ga Mantse and President of the Ga Traditional Council has taken a key interest in the issue and has set up a committee of eminent Chiefs and stakeholders to
investigate all matters leading to the release.
The statement said the committee would endeavor to update the public on its findings after it has completed the investigations.
“A report on the findings and consequent actions will be made available to
the General Public,” it emphasized