History of Achimota Forest repeats as senior NPP officials divide state lands for state agriculture— Kweiman Chief Bemoans

In an interview with CTV anchor Dwabre Mu, Nana Otu Darko Anang Amartey, president of Kweiman Nii, said he was unhappy with how government officials and NPP members were stealing government lands.

According to Chief, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah received about 300 hectares of land for state agriculture, but did nothing on the land. Under the Execution Documents Act, EI 47 used the land to raise livestock, but the company went bankrupt after 15 years. 

They later learned that the government did not want the land to improve or continue to be used, so in 2008 they started writing letters to the government asking for the land to be vacated (boss), but failed under Kuffour's leadership.

He went on to say that he promised to give them every acre of land when the Mahama government wrote him a letter, but has since been excluded from the 2016 presidential election that caused giant chaos in the country.

Nii Amartey similarly said that the modern authorities gave them a Release Letter dated November 25th, 2020 captioned RELEASE OF LAND IN LIEU OF COMPENSATION provided to them through the Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia declaring that the Government will launch 40% of the Land to them rather than compensation.

The Chief said that they have been now no longer thrilled with how the authorities should simply supply them 40% of their land and take 60% without repayment so that they took the difficulty to court. Thereafter, the Government began out a demolition workout in 2020 wherein they applaud the Government questioning the authorities became on their side. One Clement Jato who championed the demolition exercising and additionally added himself as a central authority appointee to guard the land has been at the land because the demolition workout from 2020 until now and has bought nearly 1/2 of the land to individuals.

The president told Nana Otu Darko that he had contacted several people in the ministry, as well as NPP State President Freddy Blay and later Clement Jato, but to no avail as most of the population or people were suspected of being government officials. A party loyal to the nuclear power plant.

The Chief contended that they want justice, they need repayment of the 60% of the land the government has claimed, or they have to give up the entire acres of land to them as it rightfully is theirs So they're calling at the Government to concentrate and do what is necessary.

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