…After Attacking Land Owners In Dodowa With His Landguands
The National Disaster Management (NADMO) director at the Shai – Osudoku, Nana Asante Boateng, has been running from the police after harassing people on their lands at Dodowa, in Accra.
Police officials from the police headquarters last Saturday stormed his house at Dodowa to have him arrested but he managed to vacate his house after getting wind of their arrival.
Mr Boateng was last week accused of allegedly using his position to attacked legitimate land owners and residents at Dodowa.
The NADMO boss who doubles as the Consistency Organizer of Shai-Osudoku is always joined by well-known stubborn landguands like Felix Adjonor, Ernest Agbodzi, Ashatey, Torde, among others.
Further information reveals that the stubbornness has forced many supporters of the NPP to defect to other opposition parties making the party unpopular in the area, some being Dr. Seth Tetteh, Emmanuel Ben Tetteh.
Mr. Boateng is alleged to have directed his fully-armed men to attack the land owners who were working on their lands in the morning.
The aged men and women, according to information, were beaten with hard wood, cutlass and stones. They were rushed to the Dodowa government hospital for treatment.
Narrating the incident to this paper, one of the victims, Mr. Hayford Adjanor, who survived the attack said that “We were on our lands working early this morning when we saw private cars packed with macho men led by the NaDMO boss. They got down and started beating us with hard wood, cutlasses, stones and other metals and threatened to kill us if we step on the land again”
“Mr. Boateng personally hit my back with a hard wood he was holding severally till I fell on the ground” he indicated.
According to him, Mr. Boateng threatened to persistently attack them in their various homes till they stopped visiting their lands.
Meanwhile, when this paper contacted Mr.Nana Asante Boateng, he admitted being at the site yesterday morning but was quick to state that he did not attack anyone though an incidence occurred in his presence.