Krachi East has some of its localities forming part of the 52 resettlement localities in the country. Issues of ownership and development in these resettlement localities have been a challenge. There have been so many issues emanating from these localities and these have become a security concern. In view of the above, the Municipal Security Council (MUSEC) which is being chaired by the Municipal Chief Executive made it their top priority to bring the disputes to an end. The council was made up of the Municipal Chief Executive (Hon. Francis K. Okesu), The Municipal Coordinating Director (Mr. Issahaku Yakubu), Municipal Police Commander (Supt. Samuel Aboagye) and many others. The communities that had these challenges were Tokuroano, Adonkwanta and Pai-Katanga. The common issues between these communities were: Boundary dispute over acquired land for resettlement and reserved land for development. VRA Bungalows reserved for government workers being occupied by individuals in the community. Allocation of VRA resettlement buildings and the ownership of houses in the resettlement town. These main issues and many others were causing serious problems in the resettlement areas mentioned above and in order not for them to escalate into a serious conflict beyond resolution, MUSEC intervened to bring a long-lasting solution to them. At the events, the Chairman of MUSEC, Hon. Francis K. Okesu said that MUSEC invited the VRA resource persons purposefully to set the records straight. After the meeting MUSEC together with the VRA resource person (Mr. Isaac-Marcel Azortiade) came out with the above conclusions and recommendations No individual has the authority to sell the reserved lands to an individual Any individual who wants part of the reserved land to develop or put up a building must put in a formal request to VRA through the Municipal Assembly. Any individual occupying quarters reserved for government workers would be evacuated. If compulsory acquisition was used to take over a land by the government, you do not have any right over the land as an individual whether compensated or not. What one can do is to write to lands commission with the available documents to be compensated. Re-demarcation of the lands involves a huge cost. All stakeholders must come together to bear the cost and when this is done members should be responsible in protecting the pillar. In his concluding remarks, MCE edged all the community leaders and members to let the recommendations be a guideline. He edged them to continue to live in harmony for the development of the Municipal. He thanked them all for their patience throughout the meeting and their willingness to bring a long-lasting end to the disputes.