GENERAL Overseer of Great Light Worship Centre, Prophet Seer Tony Asamoah Boateng, alias Apaelive, is boiling with rage at a senior surveyor at the Lands Commission headquarters in Accra whose name has been withheld for now.
The anger of the man of God, Today gathered, stems from the clandestine move by the surveyor to encroach on parts of land belonging to Prophet Apaelive, which he legally bought from the allodia owners of Kokrobite Lands, Nii Ardey Nkpa Family, and built a church on the land, which is located along the Kokrobite-Tuba road.
Strangely, Today discovered that the surveyor placed a big metal container in front of the church, making it difficult for passers-by to see the church or even access the place easily.
According to sources, there is no space between Apaelive’s land and the main lorry road but the litigant managed to fix a container between the road and the church building.
Although the surveyor claimed to have registered that portion of the disputed land in twenty (22) years ago at the Lands Commission, a search conducted at the Commission revealed that there was no record showing that he [the surveyor] did not register the land.
“The two litigants once went to Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) to sort out the problem but the surveyor allegedly disrupted the meeting because he had no genuine papers to cover the land while Apailive is preparing to register the land at the Lands commission,” the sources told Today.
Upon this development, sources said Prophet Apaelive was asked to go to Lands Commission to make a search, and the search showed that the land was not for the surveyor.
Sources stated that the names of the allodia owners of the Kokrobite land, Nii Ardey Nkpa Family, were found in the search, which proved that Apaelive bought the land from the rightful owners.
The sources therefore, appealed to government and other authorities to intervene and let sanity prevail.
Story: Freeman KORYEKPOR AWLESU