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Dormaahene launches cashless system for the sale of lands

Osagyefo Oseadeeyo, Dormaahene The Bono Regional House of Chiefs’ president, Dr. Agyemang Badu II, has established a cashless system for land sales in the region.

Cash payments have been canceled since the supreme Chief has stated that payments for lands in the area must be made at the bank.

He continued by saying that the main benefit of a cashless system is that having a record of every transaction made through electronic means makes corruption and numerous land sales virtually difficult.

He encouraged all the chiefs under his authority to support the idea by saying that it would conserve all the lands in the region.

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All lands are “stool lands,” according to the supreme chief, and it is appropriate to request permission from the stool land office before selling or purchasing land.

He said that this is the best method and process for preventing a property seizure.

All lands are considered “stool lands,” he said, and all of his sub-chiefs will answer to the Dormaa people and assist in bringing about more accelerated development and initiatives for the various towns.

“The days of giving chiefs and other traditional leaders land in exchange for money are long gone.

“I set up this system where people who want to buy land pay at the bank because we don’t want to deal with land issues. If we accomplished this, we would be able to account to our subjects, he remarked.


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