At Sakaman Blue Lagoon, a district of Dansoman in the Greater Accra Region, more than 50 stores and homes have been damaged.
The warning, according to the locals, was given by the landowners and expires in September 2022.As they watched helplessly as the bulldozers crashed into the buildings, many of them were unable to gather their possessions.
According to reports, property worth thousands of cedis was lost in the wreckage.
According to the impacted residents, they were working toward the two-month deadline for moving by that point.
But on Friday, July 15, they were caught off guard when a group of uniformed police officers led by an unidentified group of males arrived.
A rent arrangement the affected residents have with the local chief is used as justification for their request for a return.
This is not the only instance of its kind this week.
On July 12, the Ghana Grid Company (GRIDCo) organized a crew to remove unlawful buildings that had been erected below some of
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