Video Of Gangsters In Manhean After Causing Mayhem To Land Developers Break Heart
The two young men who didn't wear shirt on the top of their bodies were heard saying that the bag one of the gangsters was carrying or holding on the back was called demon town and that they would catch you referring to (human beings) to put into the bag.
ItA video of two gangsters presumed to have allegedly been hired by one Abu Majeed to fight against the Managing Director (MD) of Unikings Ventures Limited, Mr. Kingsford Takyi-Yankson who has been given a power of attorney from the Nii Kwaku Datre Royal family of Manhean to protect their lands at Manhean from encroachers has surfaced on the social media platforms.
The king of dangerous statements being made in a video by these two gangsters leaving land developers and residents of Manhean movie heartbroken.
In the video, which is in possession of Soireenews.com, the two young men who are holding cutlass and knives and other offensive weapons were seen issuing strong warnings to deal with anyone who may dare them.
The two young men who didn't wear shirt on the top of their bodies were heard saying that
the bag one of the gangsters was carrying or holding on the back was called demon town and that they would catch you referring to (human beings) to put into the bag.
The two were also seen or heard in the video delaying the cutlass and knives that they would use to slaugh or stab whoever may challenge their landguardism, the menace which has been affecting land development in Manhean.
The thugs have threatened that whoever fooled they would stab the person in his face with the knives and cutlass.
These boys were among some thugs who were visiting mayhem workers of Mr. Kingsford Takyi-Yankson who has been given a power of attorney from the Nii Kwaku Datre Royal family of Manhean to protect their lands in Manhean.
This news outlet has, however, gathered that although the court has served the interlocutory injunction on Abu Majee, his workmen, and other defendants, they had defiled the court processes served on them while busily working on the said land.
However, the visibly worried Takyi-Yankson, has explained to this senior journalist on how one Abu Majeed and his workmen including other defendants ignored an interlocutory injunction given by the Sowutuon High Court restraining them from interfering with a disputed land situated and lying at Manhean near Ashalaja in the Greater Accra Region, till the final determination of the suit before the Court over the same land.
Given the entrenched stance taken by the Defendants, irrespective of the order of Interlocutory Injunction, to continue to work on the land in defiance of the court order, the grantee of the Kwahu Datre family hinted at his preparation to ask his lawyer to write to the Director, Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service and requested for police intervention and protection of lives the disputed land and also cite the defendants for contempt.
Attached relevant documents to support his claim that Mr Abu Majeed and his workmen have built structure on the land within a very short period and are still working under heavy security protection, Mr Takyi-Yankson lamented that their lives are in danger due to the activities of the land-guards in Manhean enclave.
According to Mr Takyi-Yankson, he was given part of the lands through the Kwaku Datre Royal family of Manhean to develop for them the real estate developer.
Mr. Takyi-Yankson stated that Mr. Abu Majeed has allegedly brought a lot of land guards to Manhean and that anytime "you go to your lands, he would send these thugs to come and attack you on your land.
He added that these land guards would beat you up, and subsequently confiscate the working tools and building materials and then run away.
"There are lots of life-threatening disturbances Abu Majeed and his workmen are engineering in the Menhean enclave which has created insecurity fear and panic. A couple of days ago, about 30 notorious land-guards wielding guns attacked some of my workers at Manhean and also squeezed their testicles but shocking the case which was reported to the Danchira Police Station but proved futile," he told journalists in Accra.
He pointed out that the Court gave them the right to work on the land after restraining Abu Majeed and other defendants but when his workers went to the land guards the land guards attacked some of his workers at Manhean and also squeezed their testicles of his workers.
"Although the court has placed an injunction on my opponents who are nine defendants, Abu Majeed claims to have bought the same land belonging to the Kwaku Datre Royal family measuring 101 acres under the jurisdiction of Manhean from the people of Ashalaja.
"The historical background with proven site plan documents have shown that the people of Ashalaja do not own that particular stretch of the land in question of the Ga State,' Mr Takyi-Yankson stated.
Mr Takyi-Yankson rubbished the widespread claim that the said land in question belongs to the people of Ashalaja.
He further tendered the series of genuine land documents of the site plan of the land to prove his case that indeed the land in question is being owned by the Kwaku Datre Royal Family of Manhean.
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