A Plus names top NPP man who has forcefully demolished building without court order


Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A Plus, has accused the CEO of the State Enterprises Commission (SEC) of unjustifiably demolishing a young man’s building at Prampram.

According to him, Stephen Asamoah Boateng, has bent the rules in order to take over a land which does not belong to him. In a Facebook post, A Plus said he has been forced to expose the SEC Boss after several warning to him to return the land to its rightful owner went unheeded.

The Executive Chairman of State Enterprise Commission, Steven Asamoah Boateng was once a member of parliament. He was…

Posted by A Plus on Tuesday, April 2, 2019

“Asabee, pay the man and leave the land. I did you a huge favour by not mentioning your name the first time I spoke about this issue expecting you to do the right thing. But you are very arrogant,” he wrote. “Instead of calling to sort the matter out you sent my very good friend Davucci to come and tell me that the matter happened in 2014. So? Is that payment for your nonsense? “Are you lands commission? Are you the court? Even police and the whole Ghana army must get a court order to demolish a property. You don’t respect yourself,” A Plus added. He wondered why anyone would abuse power by bringing down a building that a young man has toiled to build, insisting Mr. Asamoah Boateng must “stop fooling”. “My people at lands commission have sent me every document on the land. The owners said they haven’t sold the land to you.

“The police commander said I should inform you that his mother is a big NPP woman who works at the party headquarters currently but he does not support fooling. He said If you go there he will arrest you. God bless you police man!!!” he further stated.

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