Empire Builders Limited has reacted to spurious claims purportedly made by the Nungua Stool concerning the ownership to a land at Trasacco Valley.
In a statement signed by its Executive Chairman, Ernesto Taricons, Empire Builders Limited said the claims by the Nungua were “unmeritous” and that they have “been contrived to cause unnecessary apprehension amongst homeowners and to defraud them.”
The company therefore warned homeowners at Trasacco Valley that “please do not fall victim to fraud.”
The Nungu Mantse and Gborbu Wulomo had issued a notice to all homeowners and residents of Trassaco Valley Estate in East Legon and Adjiriganor to atone their tenancy or risk losing their properties.
The notice was issued following a Supreme Court judgement in 2020.
But Empire Builders says “We wish to assure all homeowners of the rights, title and interest of Empire Builders Limited in the land at Trasacco Valley Phases I and II (the land at phase III belongs to Trasacco Estates Development Company Limited and was never part of the subject matter of the dispute.
The statement added that “We further wish to assure all homeowners that we will continue to do our utmost best to ensure your peaceful enjoyment of your property at Trasacco Valley.”
Below is the full statement: