Mr. Martin Adjei-Korsah, Deputy Minister for local authorities, Decentralisation, and Rural development in collaboration with the Ningo-Prampram District assembly has formally initiated the procedure to retrieve encroached state lands inside the district.The branch of network development Vocational and Technical Institute Prampram lands were encroached with the aid of personal individuals.The Deputy Minister stated throughout a tour of the encroached part of the faculty’s lands that reviews reaching the Ministry indicated that there were encroachment, and the ministry needed to move together with the meeting with officials of the faculty to ascertain things.“And certainly, we’ve seen it, systems right inside the middle of the park of the school, people built haphazardly at separate locations inside the area of the school. That is illegality they can’t stand,” he said.

Mr. Adjei-Korsah said it become the duty of the state to shield the land because the authorities received it for a purpose.“The considerable land became received for future growth purposes, there must be land for improved infrastructures, as they flow round all that space have been taken over by using people illegally for non-public development,” he stated.The Deputy Minister said the school had shown files which means there were a sequence of court moves embarked on with the aid of the meeting in efforts to prevent the encroachers.“You can’t take government land, state assets is kingdom belongings, it does not depend what number of years you’ve got had it when the day of duty comes you need to give way so that the government who’s the rightful owner proceeds at the supposed reason for that reserved land,” he said.The Deputy Minister stated as part of the measures to defend the lands, a fence might be constructed around the faculty now not best for defensive the lands however for the protection of the students.

Mr Al-Latif Amanor, the Ningo-Prampram District leader government said the encroachment of the land turned into one of the demanding situations they have been confronted with once they took office.Mr Amanor said the traditional council had agreed to help the meeting take away the intruders, squatters, and illegal settlers on the land.He said the unlawful structures as well as systems on waterways could be demolished.

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