Lands Commission dismisses School of Mapping and Survey sale report

The Lands Commission has dismissed media reports that it has sold the Ghana School of Mapping and Survey to a private developer to build a shopping mall.

Agitated students on Thursday marched to the Lands Commission to protest the alleged sale of the school’s land.

President of the Student’s Representative Council of the School, Light Daniel told Joy News’ Manasseh Azure Awuni he is convinced that the school has been sold.

“I have spoken to one or two people to confirm most of the things that I am hearing and it is becoming evident that the place will be pulled down”.

He was, however, unable to tell when this will happen.

Management of the school, on the other hand, claims it is not aware of any such decision.

Deputy Executive Secretary of the Lands Commission says it is not true the school has been sold.

He said the only development that will take place on the school’s compound is the proposed Head Office Complex of the Lands Commission.

This according to him, will not affect the running of activities of the school.

Story by Ghana| Faustine Naa Sakwaba Akwa| [email protected]

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