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Former President Jerry John Rawlings: I Will Stage A Protest If Parliament Fails To Address Rising Sea Levels

His excellency, Former President Jerry John Rawlings has raised concerns about how the coastal communities are losing their lands to the sea at an alarming rate. He therefore calls on the government to protect lives and properties.

He made his grievances known to a Parliamentary delegation led by the Speaker Prof. Aaron Mike Oquaye at his residence. He indicated it is happening bit by bit and if he had to take a placard to parliament house and protest with the inscription “give us some more groins” to draw Government’s attention, he will do it.

He added that, people along the coastal areas should be protected from erosion, and the need to  extend the sea defence project from Keta to the Ghana-Togo border at Aflao inorder to avert the denials of residents their places of abode.

The delegation that had called on him to commensurate with his family due to the demise of his mother were the members of parliament made up of both majority and minority caucaus. They expressed their condolences and assured him of Parliament’s support during the final funeral rites of his mother.

 

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Paulina Atenei Anaba

Paulina Atenei Anaba is a Ghanaian online journalist and blogger, an entrepreneur, and a french tutor at Gbewaa College of Education. She is currently writing for Ghana's vibrant entertainment blog, Zackgh.com. She holds a degree in English and French from U.C.C. And a Masters degree in French (Linguistics) from the University of Ouagadougou. she is a team player and can work under any circumstance.Contact her on 0549614358 @zackgh.com to publish articles in your community and also to help promote and upload songs as well on our page. For your translations from French to English and vice versa, contact her.

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