3 Connive With Officials To Forge Document
Three suspects, Samuel Kofi Lakpleku, Lawrence Tetteh Kojo and Moses Tetteh-a self-styled Asafoatse identified to be members of the Osabunya family from Ningo in the Greater Accra Region have been cited by the Regional Lands Officer of the Lands Commission, Alhaji M.A. AL Hassan as people who have conspired with some government official workers for several years to the alteration, falsification and insertion of illegitimate names into the lands commission and title registry.
This, according to the Regional Lands Officer in a letter dated 29th November 2013 to the Bureau of National Investigation calling for an investigation, was detected during a comprehensive search into the records of titles and legitimate ownership of some stool and family lands of Osabunya in the Greater Accra Region.
The Lakpleku- Old Ningo lands share boundary with the Tei Nartey Bonsu family on the south-west and on the North-east with Zeize close to the government acquired land for the construction of the new Airport.
Alhaji M.A. Al Hassan, according to investigation on 21st April 2013, detected that some lands belonging to the Osabunya family which was plotted and registered through a court judgment in 2001 in the name of two recognized signatory family members N.T. Awah Lakpleku, then head of Osabunya family but currently deceased and Asafoatse Oketekyie Blebo Odiako Sem IV, of Osabunya family of Old Ningo have been deleted from the registry and forged with falsification of the names of the three suspects, Samuel Kofi Lakpleku, Lawrence Tetteh Kojo, and Moses Tetteh a self-styled Asafoatse for newly? forged documentation on acquisition to be signed.
It has been revealed that the three suspects could not have succeeded in carrying out the forgery and falsification of documents from the Lands Commission Registry without the assistance of some official and workers from the Commission, hence the immediate call on the BNI for assistance to arrest the perpetrators.
Asafoatse Oketekyie Blebo Odiako Sem IV of Osabunya who cited some of the forged documents in the name of the three suspects petitioned the Director General of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service, with copy to the Attorney General?s Office on the issue, but to no avail.
According to Asafoatse Oketekyie Blebo Odiako Sem, a man who identified himself as a National Security Official in the name of ??SHOOTER?? residing in Accra promised to resolve the issue through the office of the National Security, but has rather caused them undue delay to expose the forged documents being signed by the three suspects and their accomplices from the Lands Commission all in the name of the Osabunya family Lands.
Asafoatse Oketekyie Blebo Odiako Sem IV, of Osabunya has therefore called on the President to intervene in the falsification of the newly inserted names of the three suspects who have been identified by the Regional Lands Officer at the Lands Commission for prosecution since the Bureau of National Investigation has failed to arrest them since despite persistent call by the Regional Lands Officer.