Atinka FM Dabbles In Land Litigation

Atinka FM Dabbles In Land Litigation

Accra-based Atinka 104.7FM has rolled out a new programme, Wow O Asaase Anaa (Do You Have A Land), to address land-related issues in the country.



The acquisition of land and ownership in Ghana, undoubtedly, has become an endemic for majority of the citizenry since conflicts over land are a major problem to the management of lands in Ghana, hence the new programme.

Government has no absolute control over lands in the country and as a result, traditional authorities and family heads take advantage to make land acquisition a very cumbersome and frustration venture.

Education on land acquisition and ownership has, over the years, eluded the citizenry and they fall prey to unscrupulous person who parade themselves as land guards, as well as some crooked individuals, family heads and traditional leaders.

It is on this backdrop that Opanyi Obuobi, an estate developer, in collaboration with Atinka 104.7 FM, rolls out Wow O Asaase Anaa.

The programme which airs from 7:00pm to 8:00pm every Wednesday focuses on educating the public on reducing conflicts and land litigations in Ghana.

It will begin on Wednesday, August 1, 2018

More importantly, Opanyin Obuobi will set the agenda and introduce a system that allows prospective land buyers to acquire lands through the metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies.

Opanyi Obuobi has an in-depth knowledge in estate development and Ghanaian land issues spanning several years. He has worked as surveyor with the Town & Country Planning Department over the years.

Opanyi Obuobi is a member of the Ghana Real Estate Development Association (GREDA). He brings to your doorstep pertinent issues confronting you and would help open your eyes to many things you have no idea of.

For instance, he believes that as a country, we do not only need proper structures but need proper coordination between institutions like Lands Commission, Local Government for that matter the assemblies, traditional leaders, Land Legal Departments, Town & Country Planning Department, amongst others.

He will also open the public’s eye to the kinds of buildings that must be erected at specific areas or vantage points.

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