Kuntunse Chief Unhappy With Aspiring Krowor NDC Chair 


Story by: Political Desk


The Chief of Kutunse and businessman, Nii Ayikumah Teikuba, has taken on the General Manager of Top Kings, an estate developing company Dr. Benjamin Kwame Danso, stating that the latter had forcibly taken his 5-acre land at East Legon in Accra.

According to the chief, the land in question does not belong to the Top Kings GM who is also gunning for the Krowor National Democratic Congress (NDC) Chairmanship position.

“It is the property of my friends who are currently living outside the country,” he disclosed.

Ata crowded news conference on Saturday, September 10, 2022, in Accra, Nii Ayikumah Teikuba explained that because the land owners were outside he was engaged to be the caretaker.

“My old friend met and told me about his land at Trassaco which he wanted to sell. So I asked if he has documents to the property and he said yes—so he gave me the documents including a land title for which I did my search and everything was correct,” he narrated.

The chief explained that because his friend abroad told him he wanted to sell the land, he brought a prospective buyer.

“The land we’re talking about is 5-acre land; so I erected pillars around it,” he said.

“I had to erect the pillars to protect the land from the prying eyes of encroachers but that did not deter them from fighting me for the land,” he indicated.

“One day, I went there and saw some people with vehicles parked on the land. Upon further inquiries, I observed that they were the rightful landowners. They told me that they had had hints that someone wanted to take over their land.”

He said at another time he received a phone call from someone, who only gave his name as Ben, and introduced himself as an employee of Top Kings.

“Ben asked what I was doing on the said land and I explained to him that the land in question had documents covering it and which property belonged to my friends abroad,” he said.

Nii Ayikumah Teikuba recounted that he even met Ben and showed him documents covering the land.

“And after that meeting, anytime I visit the land I see Ben with armed military men on the land. In cases where I see the soldiers only on the land I sometimes give them money,” he said.

Against the backdrop of the above, Nii Ayikumah Teikuba appealed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to intervene in the matter and ensure that the five-acre land was given back to the rightful landowners.

Source: www.thenewindependentonline.com

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