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Sharing Rule:

How can land revenues/value/use be fairly shared? For peri-urban Ghana, a committee consisting of the heads of the thirteen divisions of the Kumasi Traditional Area has made a proposal to legislate land revenue sharing.


 


Explanation:

How can land revenues/value/use be fairly shared? For peri-urban Ghana, a committee consisting of the heads of the thirteen divisions of the Kumasi Traditional Area has made a proposal to legislate land revenue sharing. This proposal proposes that the revenue from land allocations be divided as follows:

This 2/3 for the locality would be further divided as follows:

  • 1/4 to the chief
  • 1/4 to the stool
  • 1/4 to the town
  • 1/8 to the elders
  • 1/8 to community members who lose land.

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