The Deputy Executive Secretary in charge of Corporate Services, Surv.Jones Ofori-Boadu, has provided education to participants on the proper procedures for acquiring and registering land in the Country to avoid frustrations and any potential land litigations.

Surv. Jones Ofori-Boadu who represented the Lands Commission offered this education at the 3rd Diaspora Conversations Conference 2024, an annual event which came off at the Ecobank Ghana plc Head office.

Surv. Jones Ofori-Boadu emphasized the importance of a transparent and legal process in land acquisition.

Surv. Jones Ofori-Boadu’s engaging session enlightened participants on navigating the intricacies of acquiring and registering land through the right channels. The Lands Commission’s proactive approach showcased their commitment to ensuring a seamless process for both local and international investors.

As the Deputy Executive Secretary outlined the step-by-step procedures, attendees gained valuable insights into the legal frameworks and regulatory requirements surrounding land ownership.

The immediate past Executive Secretary, Mr. James Ebenezer Dadson was also there to throw his weight behind the Commission.

The conference brought together some Governmental Regulatory Bodies, Private Sector Organizations, and Diasporans from around the world. This unique platform provided a golden opportunity for dialogue, fostering collaboration between these diverse stakeholders and networking.

The Lands Commission’s presence underscored the significance of collaboration between government bodies and the global Diaspora in promoting responsible land acquisition practices.



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