The ministry of Lands and Natural Resources under the leadership of Hon. Samuel A. Jinapor has introduced a project which seeks to plant and nurture five million (5M) trees on June 11th,2021. The Green Ghana Day as part of a master plan of the Green Ghana project which seeks to restore the forest cover of Ghana.

The  agenda of government to green Ghana by planting five million trees  was also observed by the Bosomtwe District Assembly on the 11th of June 2021. it was part of the District  plan to restore the  forest cover of the Assembly  and the people of Bosomtwe are very interested in this greening  agenda of government. Altogether, more than  6000 Teaks and Bamboos were planted in Bosomtwe through the  Assembly members, Secondary schools communities and individuals.

Prior to the 11th June, the Forestry department together with the District Assembly and the church of Pentecost planted 500 teaks and 300 bamboos along the Lake Bosomtwe at Nsuoho Adwafo through the Evangelism team of the Church.

Creamer is also a team overseeing the welfare of Lake Bosomtwe. They planted more than 1000 trees along the Lake. Most of the communities also came for tree to be planted in their communities. Publicity was carried out on some targeted information centres within the district in the major communities prior to the set day.

The Bosomtwe District Assembly led by the District Chief Executive, Hon. Lawyer J. K. Asuming, together with the Chief of Kuntanase and elders, the District Forestry Director, Mr. Listowel, the District Police Commander and some other officers were excited about the project.

The DCE explain further on how the tree planting works. The introduction and planting of trees started at the forecourt of the Kuntanase Police station and St. George’s SHS situated in the Bosomtwe Constituency. The DCE then urged everyone in the district to at least plant one tree daily.