With prices of building materials skyrocketing each day, putting up a three - bedroom apartment especially in Accra is itself an impressive achievement but to be told to pull it down by the powers that be will be considered as an immense tragedy. But if pulling down a small house is a tragedy, how much more a gigantic building? That is the story of Developers who are just putting finishing touches to this beautiful plush building at Airport City in Accra but even as their sweats dry from their bodies, they have been told to get back to work. This time, not to add up some floors but to destroy all they have done and the reason is that the multi-million dollar property is not suppose to be where it is.
The owners of the building are not known but Bright Simons, Vice President of Imani Ghana, brought their plight to the attention of Ghanaians via twitter. In a tweet that has now been retweeted over a thousand times with many replies, Bright Simons, said city authorities are surprised at the speed at which the building sprung up and have asked for its demolishing because according to their records, it is not suppose to be there. Ghanaians are livid at the situation with some saying that whoever should pay the price for the property should be the authorities who went to sleep on their job whiles an unapproved edifice is put up.
Below are screenshots reactions of twitter users
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