The Greater Accra Regional Police Operations Commander, ACP Samuel Kwesi Ofori, has carried out an “unlawful” demolition of an apartment situated at Adjiringanor in Accra.
The said apartment, this paper has gathered belong to the 2nd Deputy Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Alhaji Ibrahim Jajah.
Information reaching this paper indicates that ACP Kwesi Ofori was acting on the orders of one Sarah Forkuo who had on countless occasions used the police to demolish Ibrahim Jajah’s properties.
The recent demolition which was done using some police personnel last Wednesday, Was the third time the building was demolished unlawfully.
Meanwhile when people who were behind the said demolition were arrested by the East Legon Police Command, the Regional Commander called for them to be transferred to the Regional police command, a usual attempt to help in their release.
Speaking to Alhaji Ibrahim Jajah, he has all the required documents covering the land on which the building was constructed.
He revealed that, he bought the land legally from the family and that the demolition of his property was done without any legal basis and wondered why the police commander would allow his men to be used in perpetrating such act.
This has not been the first time ACP Kwesi Ofori has been involved with the said Sarah Forkuo on such illegal activities.
It would be recall that (ACP) Kwesi Ofori Ofori together with some others and the IGP have recently been restrained from entering, clearing and developing any portions of the Okpon We family land.
In a Writ filed by Enoch Francis Annan Tetteh (Plaintiff) on September, 26, 2019 in support of Motion on Notice for an Order for Interlocutory Injunction, the Plaintiff claimed the Defendants; Sarah Agyaa Forkuo, Rosemary Thompson, The Attorney General Office, Inspector General of Police, ACP Kwesi Ofori and ACP Pabi Gariba have been interfering on the Okpon We family land.
The action the Plaintiff indicated was being led by Sarah Agyaa Forkuo who is using the police to go onto the land to create confusion and to harass occupant on the land.
According to the Plaintiff it will only take the Court to prevent the Defendants from coming and taken undue possession of the land.
Also, Sarah Forkuo in her desperation to acquire the land property sought the services of notorious land guards welding 12 rounds of AK 47 live ammunition and 2 rounds of 9mm ammunition together with other offensive weapons to attack victims on Pantang lands.
The land guards upon police interrogation, claimed they were workers of CPS Security Services contracted by GN Bank and Sarah Ama Forkuo of Samampa Company to guard on the land for them.
All effort to get the side of the Commander and Sarah Ama Forkuo proved futile