Reliable information gathered indicate that Management of Amocad Limited, have teamed up with one SarikiAbass to take over parcels of land belonging to private owners who belong to the Association of New Kitase Land Owners.
Although there is an Interlocutory Injunction over the land, Amocad Limited together with its workmen, assigns, and land guards have mounted notices on the land and claiming ownership over it.
The dispute over the said parcel of land in Kitase travelled to the High Court, Somanya where an Orderfor Interlocutory Injunction was granted.
In a Suit No. C1/19/2021, Plaintiffs; Obaahemaa Nana KorkorNtim II and Nana AduAmpoma II took Francis KoteiAfutu, Isaac DodziMordo, Mr. Zumah, City Spaces Property Brokers and Amocad Limited (Defendants) to Court.
In their Affidavit filed on March 3, 2021 in support of the Motion on Notice for an Order for Interlocutory Injunction, the Plaintiffs prayed the Court to grant an Order that the Interlocutory Injunction was granted and restrained the 1, 2, 3 and 4 Defendants acting in themselves, their agents, workmen, Assigns and land guards or anybody claiming through them from entry, development of alienation or any other dealings with the land the property of the plaintiff.
The Court presided over by Justice Mariam Sinare (Ms) on May 10, 2021, ruled that the land dispute statement between NiiAfutuBrempong III (Defendant) and Nii Armah Kwarteng on the one hand and Obaahemaa Nana KorkorNtim II, AbusuapanyinBarima Kofi SakyiKyidomheneKwakuAgyemang (Representing Asona Family of KitaseAkuapem) is valid and legally binding and that its terms must be specifically performed.
The Court also ruled that a declaration that the boundaries put pursuant to the aforementioned Arbitration dated 3/1/2020 determines the mandatory boundaries between Plaintiff’s land and that of the 1st Defendant as it subsist to this day.
It also granted a Declaration that the Title in favour of Plaintiffs to all that parcel of land delineated and demarcated to the Plaintiffs shared by the Dispute settlement between NiiAfutuBrempong III of (Danfahene) and NiiArmah Kwarteng on one hand and Obaahemaa Nana KorkorNtim II, AbusuapanyinBarima Kofi SakyiKyidomheneKwakuAgyemang, recovery of possession in favour of the plaintiff.
The Judge in studying the exhibits brought before the Court, granted the Order for Interlocutory Injunction and restrained the 1st, 2nd, 3rd Defendants from any entry to, development of alienation or any other dealings with the land which belongs to the Plaintiff.
Meanwhile, the Defendants have flouted the Court Order and are still entering into the land, claiming possession of the said land.
Their action is brewing tension in the area as they are reported to have employed the services of armed land guards who have been threatening residents and land owners.