Nitiwul Chases Mahama Away From Military Land

Minister of Defence Dominic Nitiwul has asked former President John Dramani Mahama to vacate any “disputed” military land he is occupying.

According to him, there is nothing wrong occupying a land belonging to the military but not a land under dispute.

“I am advising [ex-President Mahama] that if I were him, I will not live there,” he said while addressing journalists at the Meet the Press series on Thursday, 7 December 2017.

He noted that although nobody can force Mr Mahama out of the land, it was not advisable for him to occupy a land that the military has interest in.

The Bimbilla lawmaker bemoaned the way and manner military lands have been handled. He alleged the lands had been sold to top politicians describing it as a “shame”.

“It’s not good. Within two years we sold every piece of land, over 300 acres of land, to individuals,” he added.

He has, therefore, served notice to all those occupying disputed military lands to vacate by 31 December 2017.

Source: Ghana/

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