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Bulgarian Embassy land dispute: Why treat Sole Inquirer’s report like a nuclear code? – Ablakwa

North Tongu MP Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa is wondering why the Akufo-Addo/Bawumia government is treating the Sole Inquirer’s Report into the demolishing of the Bulgarian Embassy like a “nuclear code”.

The Sole Inquirer, Justice Kwasi Anto Ofori-Atta (retired) who was tasked to investigate the circumstances surrounding the true ownership of a parcel of land in dispute between the Bulgarian Embassy and a private developer on April 26 presented his report to the government.

Since then, Mr Ablakwa is alleging that “all we see is a grand scheme of apparent official cover-up and a sleazy agenda to shield the President’s appointee at the NDPC, ‘Demolishing Man’ Dr Yaw. Adu Ampomah.”

In a Facebook post, Mr Ablakwa said “the diplomatic and international community is following this sordid affair, most keenly – Ghana cannot afford another damning international verdict after the recent spate of grim global assessments.”

The Sole Inquirer was inaugurated on Friday, 18 March 2022 to investigate the circumstances surrounding the true ownership of some parcel of land in dispute between the Bulgarian Embassy and a private developer, Dr Yaw Adu Ampomah, with terms of reference as follows;

  1. Undertake a full and impartial inquiry into the alleged encroachment and/or demolishing of property on the land being used as the Bulgarian Embassy,
  2. Make appropriate recommendations relating to the land being used by the Bulgarian Embassy
  3. Inquire into the nature of interest in any land held or occupied by Diplomatic Missions in Ghana
  4. Inquire into any matter relating to land in which Diplomatic Missions in Ghana have an interest whatsoever
  5. Make recommendations to Government.

Source: Classfmonline.com

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