Alhaji Sulemana Mahama
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The Gamey and Co ADR (GCADR) Centre has congratulated Alhaji Sulemana Mahama, on his appointment as the Executive Secretary of the Lands Commission of Ghana.

The Gamey and Co ADR (GCADR) Centre considers the appointment as a result of long years of dedicated service and commitment towards ensuring an efficient land management system in Ghana.

“Your commitment to reforming the land sector through strategic leadership and partnership remains well known and commendable,” said a congratulatory letter signed by the Centre’s Chairman, Mr Austin Gamey.

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The Gamey and Co ADR (GCADR) Centre is confident that Alhaji Mahama’s tenure at the leader of the Commission would be highly impactful in advancing reforms in the lands sector towards significantly reducing the spate of land disputes across the country.

Through his previous positions at the Commission and the Lands Ministry, Alhaji Mahama had been keen on encouraging stakeholders, particularly land owners to institute measures that help to prevent land disputes and litigation, and the Centre assures him of the necessary partnership in that regard.

“The Gamey and Co ADR (GCADR) Centre is happy at the role you are playing in training the next generation of Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR) practitioners in order to bring about peaceful resolution of intractable land disputes in Ghana,” the letter added.

Until his appointment late last month, he was the Technical Director at the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, after serving in various positions at the Lands Commission.

By Edmund Mingle/


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