Kasoa: Two other military personnel escape for their life as a soldier man is shot to death in his car over land.

Kasoa: Two other military personnel escape for their life as a soldier man is shot to death in his car over land.

At Kasoa Millennium City, a violent struggle over land rights claimed the life of a military officer, who was thought to be in his late 30s.

A sub-chief is accused of opening fire on two other officers in front of the district police station, just missing fatalities.

The event resulted from a protracted legal battle over property title. According to reports, one of the military leaders’ brothers bought land on their behalf.

But efforts to cultivate the property were continuously obstructed by a gang headed by a supposed land guard.

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When the deceased officer and his friends went to the contested area to try to resolve the disagreement, they discovered that another group had already begun construction on it.

Tensions increased even though they tried to calm things down and call the cops in.

The accused landowner claims that the officers made the decision to file a second complaint with the Millennium City District Police Command.

But they decided to investigate further after finding that the Central East Regional Police Command had received their initial report.

It was alleged that the sub chief tried to stop them as they were leaving for the regional police headquarters. He pulled out a weapon and allegedly opened fire on the officers’ car when they refused to cooperate.

Sadly, one cop died from his wounds, while the remaining officers barely made it out alive.

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The owner of 21st Century Construction Company, Kofi Asmah, who sold the disputed site, has charged that there is corruption among the Millennium City police, which is why they are not doing a good job of handling the problem.


Stay tuned for more information about the case.

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