Who Shot Military Officer To Death Over Land Dispute  At Kasoa Millennium City?

The soldier lost his life in a violent altercation over land rights at Kasoa Millennium City. Two other officers narrowly escaped death

Who Shot Military Officer To Death Over Land Dispute  At Kasoa Millennium City?

Ghanaian public is expected to know who have ordered the gangsters to shoot to the death the military officer, believed to be in his late 30s at Kasoa Millennium City in the Central Region.

The soldier lost his life in a violent altercation over land rights at Kasoa Millennium City.

Two other officers narrowly escaped death after a sub-chief allegedly opened fire on them in front of the district police station

The incident stemmed from a long-standing dispute over land ownership. It was reported that the brother of one of the military officers had purchased land on behalf of the officers.

However, attempts to develop the land were consistently thwarted by a group led by an alleged land guard.

In a bid to find a resolution, the deceased officer and his companions visited the disputed land, only to find another group already working on it.

Despite their attempts to restore calm and seek intervention from the police, tensions escalated.

According to the alleged landowner, the officers decided to lodge another complaint at the Millennium City District Police Command.

However, upon learning that their initial complaint had been forwarded to the Central East Regional Police Command, they set off to follow up on the matter.

As they departed for the regional police command, the sub chief reportedly attempted to stop them. When the officers refused to comply, he allegedly drew a pistol and opened fire on their vehicle.

Tragically, one officer was fatally wounded, while the others narrowly escaped harm.

Kofi Asmah, the owner of 21st Century Construction Company, who sold the land in question, has accused the police at Millennium City of failing to address the situation effectively due to alleged corruption within their ranks.

The intelligence gathered revealed the incident was between three military officers named Lance Corporal Omar, LC. Ametus Mathew and LC.Danso Michael and a Land Guard popularly known as Ben Lord not a National Security personnel.

Lance Corporal Omar happens to be the owner of a half plot of land located between the Millennium junction and Millennium Estate.

Omar sometime ago had a dispute over the land and reported to the Millennium police station to help resolve the issue.The police then informed both parties to stay off the land until the issue has been resolved.


According to the intel gathered, Omar received a call this morning that a group of people were on the said land working. Followed by his colleagues LC.Ametus Mathew and LC.

Danso Michael, they visited the land to confirm the news and saw that people were truly working on the land. Omar and his colleagues were able to stop the people working on the land and decided to go to the Millennium City Police Station to report on the matter.


Ben Lord on a motorbike arrived at the police station premises who claimed to be the land guard some minutes after the Omar, his colleagues and the people working on the land and questioned why they had stopped the people from working.

Omar and his colleagues decided to leave the scene since they had already made their report but the Ben Lord threaten to shoot if they made a move to drive off. They went ahead and drove off the police premises and this made the said land guard unleash gunshots on the car which eventually caught Lance Corporal Danso Michael in the head.

The police apprehended the Land Guard and the victim was rushed to Mother and Child Hospital at CP,Kasoa where he was pronounced dead.

The body is been transported to the 37 military hospital and Ben Lord has also been taken to the Police headquarters,Accra.