This Is The First Green Ghana Day: A Beautiful Tree Planting Project

By close of Friday May 11, Ghanaians are required to plant 5 million trees under the country’s maiden Green Ghana Day.

The President of the country Nana Akufo-Addo, Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, The Asantehene Otumfour Osei Tutu II, the Land and transport Minister Samuel Abdulai Jinapor, speaker of Parliament Alban Gbagbin and all top dignitaries have all joined exertion in the mission by planting a tree to help promote the Green Ghana Day.

The drive is pointed toward planting more than 5 million trees in an effort to preserve and protect the nation’s forestry and the climate on the loose.

A great many seedlings comprised of various tree species have effectively been circulated to the 16 regions of the country as a component of the Green Ghana project.

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The seedlings are required to be circulated to individual Ghanaians and organizations for the motivations behind planting.

The Minister for Lands and Natural Resources, Samuel Abdulai Jinapor, has portrayed the initiative as a major investment into the country’s forestry sector.

According to Hon. Abdulai Jinapor, his outfit is trying to work out a recipe where the trees to be planted will be economic (ie. Timber, Wawa, Nim, cocoa, mango, orange, Rosewood, and Shea trees). This project is also a drive to invest for what’s to come.

Because of this all-important exercise, the Parliament house of Ghana is going on vacation for the Members of Parliament (MPs) to also visit their various constituencies and join the program.

The drive is being advanced by the Forestry Commission and the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, and will be a yearly program.

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