A United Kingdom (UK)-based Ghanaian, Marricke Kofi Gane, has on Facebook, allegedly revealed details of a plot by Redrow Developments Limited, a real estate company, to defraud him of various sums of monies.
According to him, he first reached out to the company in 2012/2013, from the UK, and later through a representative of his, named GY.
This was the first time he had made a decision to return to Ghana.
Gane revealed that the company was legally registered, and after further checks, he chose two premium plots at Oyibi, to build an investment property and 2 bigger ones on the Aburi Slopes (Obosomase site) for a residence.
He further noted that upon GY’s visit to the areas to confirm all details about the land, he made payments.
One half of the monies paid was to start the process, whiles the other was given upon the delivery of indentures.
After a series of back and forth, two directors of the company, Christopher Aryeetey and Ernest Quansah, signed the indentures.
Construction then started and land guards soon appeared, issuing threats and assaulting workers.
GY then proceeded to go with them on one ocassion to meet the chiefs to seek a direct redress as RedRow was not responding to numerous complaints to resolve the matter, but to no avail.
After several attempts to get the process started, Gane realized that the company had relocated its office from the A&C Mall to the PlantPool area in Abelenkpe/Dzorwulu area in late 2017.
He then decided to go public after visits, threats and legal proceedings did little to change the situation.
That's when a director of the company, Christopher Aryeetey, got in touch to sy they were aware of issues with the Oyibi land and asked for a hold to have them resolved.
Aryeetey added that some government officials were involved, so he could guarantee that everything will be resolved, but that never happened.
Then their lawyer, one Alfred Mensah, contacted Gane when he requested for a take-back of the lands and a refund of amounts paid in current terms.
He soon returned to make an offer for instalments, which Gane’s lawyer friend advised they put in writing, but that also did little to help.
After six years, all Gane has are indentures which have no worth, as they ownership of the lands are still in contention.
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