Fully armed police personnel numbering about 25 entered the community of Santeo. Santeo is a small town located in the Kpone Katamanso district in the Greater Accra region of Ghana.The police team entered the community with one Fredrick Brown. Who identify himself in their previous interview as judgement creditor and Lawyer for the Land owner Mr. Okyere over 70 acres of land with hundreds of uncompleted and completed buildings.
The police team ask the residents to move out for inscriptions to be put on the walls. To make sure they do not enter. Community members were not happy about the happening.
Supt. Isaac Asetum of the police lead team spoke to Citi news. He said that the residents are not in arms. They are also in court to address the situation. Land and other issues about documentation. He further added that the residents must have a document to prove that the land belongs to them.
A young man who identify himself as Bernard Gbordzor a resident of Santeo express his feelings about the exercise. He said this residents are not aware that the order is from above.
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