The OASL derives her mandate from Article 267(2) of Constitution 1992 and the Office of the Administrator of Stool Lands Act 1994, (Act 481) and exists to enhance stool land revenue mobilization and disbursement, to facilitate sustainable development and efficient management of stool lands for the benefit of present and future generations.
Vision: To excel as the major source of stool and revenue mobilization agency for the development of stool land owning communities and to help alleviate poverty.
Mission: To enhance stool land revenue mobilization and disbursement, to facilitate sustainable development and efficient management of stool lands for the benefit of present and future generations.
Core Values: Transparency, Equity and Accountability (TEA)
- Mobilization of all such rents, dues, royalties, revenues or other payment whether in the nature of income or capital and to account for them to beneficiaries.
- The disbursement of such revenues by law
- 10% administrative charge retained by the office
- 25% – Stools
- 20% – Traditional Authorities
- 55%- District Assembly
- Co-ordination with the Lands Commission and other relevant Public Agencies and other stakeholders in the preparing policy framework for the rational and productive development of stool lands.
- Consultation with stools and other traditional authorities on matters relating to the administration and development of stool lands.
- Research into customary land issues and document same.
OASL MINERAL ROYALTY DISBURSEMENTS