Achimota initiates action against grab of school land

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‘In my view, what the plaintiffs and their subjects have done on the land for so many years, over 80 years, was adverse and inconsistent with the acquired rights of the government who failed to do anything by way of protest or raising the least objections,’ the court ruled.

The court, however, maintained that plaintiff’s claims with respect to Article 20(6) was misconceived and palpably wrong in law as the provision referred to compulsory acquisition that happened after the coming into effect of the 1992 Constitution.

The Nii Ako Nortei Family subsequently had a Writ of Possession from the Courts issued on April 24, 2014 to take over the 172.68-acre land. Headmistress speaks

The decision of the court is not sitting well with the Achimota School Headmistress who stated that the Lands Commission was wrong in not involving the school in the legal process.

‘Not until last Wednesday, we didn’t know anything about this case. The land belongs to the school and not the Lands Commission,’ she said.

Ms Adom said the Achimota School land grabbing tendency had been going on for a while now. She said it was time to save the land from being completely taken over without any space left for future expansion.

‘People are sitting down unconcerned. This is a government property and we should protect national assets and not allow individuals to grab them anyhow. 

‘If we sit down and allow people to take away government lands, posterity will judge us. Where will our children go to school if we are to give away this land to so-called ultra modern estate developers who are even bent on destroying the Achimota Forest,’ she asked.

 
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