General News of Monday, 28 May 2018
Aggrieved land owners of Madina- Redco Flats have vowed to storm the Jubilee House over what they describe as underhand dealings leading to an order for the demolition of legally acquired structures by the La Nkwantanan Municipal Assembly.
According to the residents, contrary to reports that occupants of the area are engaged in all forms of vices, they suspect the move was a ploy to pave way for private developers who reportedly have connections to highly placed government officials.
Speaking to Class News about the development, spokesperson for the group, Nikoi David Kortey said: “They say we should bring documents and we brought it, people have acquired permit and the La Nkwantanan stamp was on it but yet still we don’t know what they are doing…
“The next line of action is that, we are mobilising the town of La Nkwantanan to the Jubilee House. We will maybe cause a demonstration there because it seems nobody is hearing us, we don’t even know where the law is and we are more than 123 people. When you have a land there, they will take it by force using land guards…we will use legal action, we will move to the court to get our lands.”