Businessman denounce Police, Ada-Foah chiefs, and land guards over demolished property


A Ghanaian Businessman and a native of Ada is accusing the Ada-Foah Chiefs of working with some land guards and Ghana Police Service to deprive him of his property located at Azizanya, Ada-Foah.

Innocent Appah said he was in his yard one day when he had these visitors (two chiefs), Nene Lomo and Nene Nanor Tettey-Ga who came with the idea of leasing his property to other people. He never agreed to their decision.

Narrating the situation, Mr. Appah said, the chiefs later brought in excavators and land guards to demolish his property at around 1 am-midnight.

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According to him, the case has been reported to the Ada-Foah Police Station.

He narrated on Friday, April 9, 2021, around 1:45 pm, Nene Lomo and Nene Tettey-Ga lead a group of land guards together with Ghana Police Service to demolish his renovated building which was demolished by the same people.

“Nene Lomo and Nene Tettey-Ga bumped into my property with armed men, gave out warning shots, and asked everyone to stay back, beaten up the security man and my son-in-law who came for a visit and destroyed his cell phone.” a disappointed Appah said.

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Demolished structure

Mr. Appah is alleging the attacks have not stopped because some of the Ada-Foah chiefs are neck-deep in the matter. He claims Nene Lomo and Nene Tettey-Ga are using the land guards and policemen to drive him out of his property.

Mr. Appah is asking the court to intervene to have the situation addressed for peace to prevail.

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