Author: ONUA NEWS INVESTIGATOR OHIM
The Adenta Municipal Assembly in Accra has served a notice of caution to encroachers and squatters who have invaded the East Legon Adjiriganor Bridge area popularly known as Water Works here in Accra.
The Assembly is asking such encroachers to, as a matter of urgency, vacate the land currently being occupied by Ghana Water.
Meanwhile, in a sharp contrast, Mr. Charles Adom, a leading chief encroacher of the property has claimed that the Ghana Water Company branch has already sold the land to him with a legally registered indenture which he even fought in court and won.
The question then remains to the effect that what power does Ghana Water Company wield to sell off a whole government property?
According to ONUA NEWS INVESTIGATOR OHIM, to put all these matters to rest, the Assembly has intervened in order to reclaim the property.
Residents of the area also claim that the activities of Mr. Charles Adom on the said property is causing unbearable flooding in the area.
The Adenta Assembly, this platform has learned has commenced a process to reclaim the land.
This has become necessary because the office has received several complaints about Charles Adom, who appears to be bullying his fellow squatters in the area and claiming ownership of the property.
Charles Adom, according to reports, appears to be doing some highly brisk business in the yard but with time has grown wings after gathering resources and flexing his muscles on his fellow occupants in the territory.
When ONUA NEWS team got in touch with the accused Charles Adom, this is what he carelessly stated.
One of the victims of Charles Adom’s bullying and harassment is Mrs. Mary Aguneh, who shares boundaries with him.
This is what Mrs. Mary Aguneh had to say about the matter.