Soldiers Turned Land guards?

… Against Groupe Nduom?

Story: Atta Kwaku BOADI

Today can report emphatically that some “big men” have the third time resorted to using soldiers from the Ghana Army in an attempt to forcibly takeover land that belongs to a Groupe Nduom company. 

The land in question is near the Trust Towers at Adabraka in Accra. 

About six weeks ago, at least one minister of state in the Akufo-Addo’s administration Today gathered  was seen at the site.  It appears that some ministers and appointees of the Administration have decided that Groupe Nduom property can be taken and shared by them.

 One minister, Today understands  has been providing protection for some of the people engaged in this practice.  They use the authority of the state for their personal gain.

Today can also report for certain that all of this is being done with impunity on the blind side of President Nana  Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The paper  is carrying out investigations on the use of GN Bank buildings for events throughout the country.  In Greater Accra, a very attractive and large parcel of land has been developed partially with huge homes built on them, again with the protection and knowledge of so-called national security people.

In the pictures the paper  has  shown, images of people in military uniform can be seen.  The illegal activity on this land near the Trust Towers has been going on in full view of the Police.

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  1. the judge says:

    Is Nduom family suing or abandoning Ghana?

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