You exchange Ga lands for V8, what a shame! - Henry Quartey blasts Ga chiefs

You exchange Ga lands for V8, what a shame! - Henry Quartey blasts Ga chiefs

- Ga Chiefs have been criticized for selling lands for a pittance

- The Greater Accra Regional minister says these chiefs exchange grounds for V8

- Henry Lartey was speaking at a Homowo forum

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The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, has criticized Ga Chiefs for selling Ga lands for a pittance.

Speaking to Ga Chiefs, the regional minister lamented how they exchanged lands for V8 that they can't handle nor maintain the cars.

"You sit here and sell our lands. You exchange acres of land for V8. Anyone asks where the Ga Chiefs are, pointing to a mango tree with V8 parked under a mango tree. A car you can't even handle. This is shameful," he admonished.

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