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Compensation provided to owners of demolished structures for National Cathedral – Lands Ministry

The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Samuel Abu Jinapor, has stated that all institutions whose structures were demolished to make way for the National Cathedral construction have received full compensation from the state.

He confirmed that these institutions have been granted alternative public lands to relocate their businesses and activities.

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During his appearance before Parliament, Mr. Jinapor refuted reports claiming that the government had not adequately compensated the affected institutions.

He emphasized that all the institutions that faced demolition have been duly compensated and are still operating in various parts of Accra.

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“All the affected institutions have been provided with alternative places and relocated to various areas in Accra and these institutions include public and private, and they have been adequately compensated.”

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