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FGN getting full value from Its land at Tarkwa Bay – Ladol

Our attention has been drawn to an article making the rounds and we will like to set the record straight.

In response to the Article -Titled:-“FG Deserves Full Value from Its Land at Tarkwa Bay – Bala Usman” Published in the Daily Trust on Wednesday August 5th, 2020, these are the TRUE facts of the issue…….

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