Lands undoubtedly are indispensable assets. They are a source of livelihood and social identity but the deprivation of the indigenes of greater Accra from the benefit of their lands by the political and business cartels breeds poverty among Gas.
It is against this background that the Africa Eye in partnership with the Ga community would embark on a national campaign through press conferences to ensure justice and fairness in the acquisition of GA lands in Ghana.
This damning development has compelled Africa Eye, to partner up with the marginalized community, under the leadership of King Ayi Tunnmaa II, the Chief of Defence for the Ga-state, who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer of Ga-Dangbe lands administration.
This collaboration has renewed calls for rectification of all lands in the Greater Accra region for transparency and accountability sake.
“We are doing this so that my people can also benefit from the returns of the new transactions to develop the poor but needy Ga areas by building vocational centres, schools and hospitals,” King Ayi Tunnmaa II emphasised.
On his part, the President of the Africa Eye Mr. Yahaya Alhassan said his outfit would expose all the security agencies (BNI, IGP National security), politicians and estate developers who take the GA leadership for granted.
He disclosed that the first press conference would still be held this month of June at the Accra International Press Centre.