Brekusu traditional council appeal to Akufo-Addo and IGP to ward off encroachers


The Brekusu traditional council of Aburi in the Eastern Region have appealed to president Akufo-Addo and Inspector General of Police James Oppong Boanuh over encroachers on their land.

They want the president and IGP to as a matter of urgency call such people to order. The alleged encroachers are said to be either government officials or police officers who bring land guards to the place to scare the people away.

Just this week one of the said encroachers brought bulldozers along side heavily built men scaring the people away. According  to the traditional council they need government to resolve the situation to prevent chaotic situations on their land.

Spokesperson for the Brekusu traditional council  Nana Odei Larbi added that “we know our boundaries and the Brekusu land is for the Akuapem.‘’

He further indicated he has called on the Lands Commission and other stakeholders on issues regarding land since they are ready for re-demarcation to help resolve these issues.

By: Stella Annan | Twitter @activetvgh


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