A Ghanaian journalist, teacher, & philanthropist. Stephen Kofi Adoma the founder and CEO of Kofi TV known professionally as Kofi Adoma Nwanwani who is currently working as the director of news for the Angel Broadcasting Network (ABN).
This week Kofi Adoma narrates the problems he went through when he bought land at Kasoa. Kasoa, formerly known as Odupongkpehe, is a peri-urban town in the Awutu Senya East Municipal District. According to Kofi Adomah, after he purchased land at kasha, some boys in the town who are well known in the town as *Asafo". Their duty is equivalent to land guards. They protect the properties of the citizens but if you buy new land, they will urge you to pay a fee of not less than two thousand Ghana cedis (2500) in addition to the payment of the land. This 2500 Ghana include; digging fees, plastering fee, security, and others. They will never allow u to build the house.
Kofi disclosed this on Angel tv when these "Kasoa Assafo boys " demolished a pastor's church for making full payment of the digging fee.
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