Some angry youth at Awutu Prison Junction have clashed with some Military and Police officers over 11 acres of Land at Prison Junction, a suburb of Kasoa in the Awutu Senya East Municipality of the Central Region.

The soldiers are believed to have come from the Jubilee House.

Sources say a search report from the Lands Commission revealed that part of the said Land belongs to a developer, while a portion of it also belongs to one Benlord Ababio, known in private life as Nana Barimah.

Speaking to the media after a heated altercation with the police, Benlord Ababio indicated that he bought the said parcel of land under litigation in 2008 adding that the developer approached him to sell a portion of the land to him, but he declined.

The altercation again happened on Tuesday, February 13, after the developer in the company of some military and police officers believed to have come from the Jubilee house encroached on the land again, forcing angry youth of the area to engage the officers in a heated argument over the ownership of the land.

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