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Honorable Okudzeto Ablakwa Breaks Silence On The Achimota Forest Brouhaha.

The Member of Parliament for the people in North Tongu-Volta Region, Honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has broken his silence, on the ongoing hot argument, concerning the Achimota Forest.

In recent times, there were claims, that the portions of the famous Achimota forest, are been looted by some Government officials.

The forest, is a Protected nature area in Achimota, in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana; with paths between forested enclosures for lions, antelope & ostriches.

Achimota Forest Reserve, has become the trending topic in Ghana and on social media; with many people adding their voices to the discussions.

The latest to break silence on the topic, is Honorable Okudzeto Ablakwa, MP for North Tongu.

According to Hon. Ablakwa, the Owoo family ( the family reported to be the custodial owners of lands where the Achimota forest), will enter into the record books, as Ghana’s biggest extended family.

In a comment on his Twitter page, Honorable Ablakwa said, “The Owoo family will definitely enter record books as Ghana’s biggest extended family. It’s much clearer now that OWOO is a code for: Officials Within Organized Operations. The reason I went to the Supreme Court, in 2008 against public officials buying govt lands”.

Though the Owoo family are known, to be the allodial owners of the land, that has the Achimota Forest Reserve; some recent allegations circulating on Social Media, states that, some members of the governing New Patriotic Party-NPP, are looting parts of the forest lands.

Some NPP Big names, that were mentioned in the Achimota forest brouhaha is the Former CEO of the Forestry Commission; the Late Sir-John.

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