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Lands Minister Ends Nationwide Tour With Volta And Oti Regions

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Hon. Samuel A. Jinapor is set to take the last lap of his Nationwide tour in some selected areas of the Volta and Oti Regions starting today, 13th December, 2021 to tomorrow Tuesday 14th December, 2021.

Hon. Jinapor is scheduled to begin this final leg in the Volta Region with a courtesy call on the Volta Regional Minister, Hon. Archibald Letsa, to announce his presence in the Region and also to discuss matters relating to the Mining, Forestry and the Lands sub sectors.

He is also expected to hold series of meetings with the Volta Regional Security Council ( REGSEC), the Regional House of Chiefs and sector agencies to among others, abreast himself with their level of operations.

On arriving at Hohoe also in the Volta Region, the Hon. Minister and his entourage will first pay a courtesy call on the Chiefs and elders of the Gbi Traditional Area at the Gbi Palace to commiserate with them on the demise and burial of the Late Paramount Chief Togbega Gabusu VI and also make a donation. 

The team will end day- one of the working tour with a visit to the Green Ghana and Save River Dayi project sites  to monitor the growth of trees planted during the June 11th Green Ghana exercise in line with the Green Ghana MyTree is Alive concept.

Hon. Jinapor will on his second day of the Regional tour which is his last day of all the 16 Regional tours in country,  pay a courtesy call on the Chiefs and people of Akokrowa, of the Oti Region.

From Akokrowa, the Hon.  Minister and his entourage will visit the Iron ore working site by GGSA in the region.

At Dambai,  Hon. Jinapor will call on the Oti Regional Minister, Hon. Joshua Makubu.

He will also hold meetings with the Regional Security Council, House of Chiefs and sector agencies to discuss how best they can work together in developing the country with respect to the Mining, Lands and Forestry sectors and also contribute their quota to the Global Climate Change agenda.

The Minister commenced this Nationwide tour in March this year, in the Ashanti Region and has since taken him through all the other 14 Regions in Ghana with the intent to obtain unflinching support from the Chiefs and people in the respective regions and the various Regional Cordinating Councils with the move to curb illegal mining and restore the nation's forest cover. 

Story by: News Desk Report



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