Source: Daily Guide Ghana - Timber companies operating in Ghana are reported to have robbed the State to the tune of $3.16 billion through various illegal activities.

This was made known by officials of Civic Response, a natural resource and environment governance policy Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) on Wednesday in Accra.

 
 
Source: myjoyonline.com - There is a 30% drop in revenue at the Kakum National Park due to bad roads, managers of the facility have confirmed.

Coordinator of the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust, managers of the Kakum National Park, Jonathan Nyaba says people no longer visit the tourist site which averagely received 180,000 visitors annually.

 
 
GNA - The Management of the Kakum National Park and the Canopy Walkway, had denied media reports that the Canopy Walkway collapsed on Wednesday.

Mr Francis Dontoh Cobbinah, Executive Director of the Ghana Heritage Conservative Trust (GHCT), who made this known during a press conference in Cape Coast on Thursday, said the Kakum Canopy Walkway had not collapsed, and that it was intact, safe and secure.

 
 
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As of 2015 - There are new fees for Kakum National Park, due new ex-change rates. 

This includes also the Over-Night stay facilities, at camping-side and guesthouse, within the park. 

Foreigners, married to a Ghanaian, pay the local fees, only.

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Management of the Kakaum Natioanl Park and Wildlife Division of the Forestry Commission has downplayed reports by JoyNews of visible wear and tear on portions of the Kakum walkway in Cape Coast.

 
 
Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The Deputy Minister of Lands and Forestry, Miss Barbara Serwaa Asamoah, has called on chiefs to help educate the younger generation on the need to respect traditional measures used to conserve the forest.

 
 
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