Land cases at Kasoa increase

The Kasoa District Police Command has expressed concern about the increasing land cases in the area and appealed to chiefs and landowners to help reverse the situation. Deputy Superintendent of Police Jordan Quaye, Kasoa District Police Commander, said in a statement that between January and October, 107 land disputes were reported to the Kasoa Police Command and some of them were under investigation while other were at the courts. He said investigations revealed that there were multiple sales of land and some were sold by chiefs from two different towns around Kasoa. Mr Quaye appealed to government to ensure that all towns who share borders with Kasoa are clearly demarcated to avoid land disputes. He appealed to chiefs to have special committees to look into land cases, sale of land, and registration of land".