Afro Nation concert in limbo; court places injunction on venue

Afro Nation concert in limbo; court places injunction on venue

It appears this year's Afro Nation concert has hit a roadblock with regards to where exactly the event will take place.

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An Accra Circuit Court has placed an injunction on this year's Afro Nation, preventing the organizers from holding the event at Laboma Beach Resort in Accra.

According to the suit, the applicants, SBC-LA Limited, claim the venue for the widely advertised show encroaches on their land and prayed the court to stop Laboma Beach Resort from going ahead with the concert at the venue on the disputed space.

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The court ruled that “the defendants, their agents, assigns, privies, workmen, and all claiming through them, are restrained from working on the plaintiff’s land.”

The annual event has been publicized to take place from December 27 to 30, 2019 at the ‘Laboma Beach’ in Accra.

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Also, potions of supporting documents from SBC-LA Limited suggested the land has been leased to the plaintiffs by the LA Mantse, an agreement witnessed by the Greater Accra Regional Lands Commission.

Another legal suit against hosting the Afro Nation concert on the disputed land by real estate developers, Wonda World Properties Limited has been dropped.

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It can be recalled that YEN.com.gh earlier reported that December is considered a festive season in Ghana which is packed with several entertainment and music concerts.

This December 2019 the country is going to be flooded with foreigners as we celebrate Christmas because of the ‘Year of Return’ campaign which is still on-going. People will also be coming home for vacation to spend time with their families, friends and loved ones.

Several Ghanaians will also take the opportunity of the festive month to entertain themselves as the year comes to an end. Most of them will consider partying at the big shows that will take place during that period.

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Source: Yen

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