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The book was to examine land management in Wa Municipality.
Case study research design was employed for the study.
Purposive sampling technique was employed to sample 20 government officials and 60 traditional leaders for the study.
Both the primary and secondary data were used.
Questionnaires and interview guides were used to collect data from respondents.
The findings revealed that majority of the respondents agreed that Tindanbas, chiefs, individuals and family heads are stakeholders in land management.
It also showed that stakeholders were responsible for the selling of land, settling of land disputes and preserving the land for future generation.
The findings further revealed that the government officials agreed that vested lands should be managed by government officials.
On the contrary, all the traditional leaders are of the view that all traditional lands should be managed by traditional authorities.
The study further again revealed that multiple land sales, conflict between modernity and traditional authorities, use of non-permanent boundaries and corruption are the major challenges facing land management.
The author was born in Accra, Ghana on 11-06-1956 where he had his Primary and Secondary education obtaining his 'A' Level in 1977.
He set up an NGO in 2001 and has since then been interested in development issues.
He is currently a lecturer and Development Consultant.He works in the areas of Mining Governance and Community Development.
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