This is Akosua Agyapong. A Ghanaian musician and mother.
She seems to have gotten herself in trouble over a land deal that has gone bad. Akosua has been hauled before court for defrauding a businessman of GHc105,000.
According to a report on Graphic.com, the prosecution claims Akosua together with a man identified as Frank Agyemang, aka, Killer Boss, sold a piece of land to the businessman but apparently, they were not owners of the land.
The two have been charged with conspiracy to commit crime and fraudulent transaction of land. Akosua, at yesterdays hearing, pleaded not guilty to the charges and was granted bail in the sum of GHc160,000 with three sureties with one to be justified.
Presenting the case in court on Tuesday, 11th October 2017, the prosecutor, Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Ms Agnes Boafo indicated that the complainant who is a car dealer approached the musician in February 2017, that he wanted a piece of land to display his cars.
The musician told him she had a piece of land for rent but the complainant wanted an outright sale.
Akosua then introduced Frank who claimed to be a building contractor as her brother who had a parcel of land opposite West Hills which the businessman showed interest after inspecting it.
Akosua according to the Prosecutor assured the complainant that the land belonged to Agyemang and was very genuine. They then went to the Land Commission where Akosua and Agyemang went into one of the offices and came back with a man who confirmed that the land indeed belonged to Agyemang. This led to the complainant making a payment of GHc105,000 to Agyemang for the land. He further gave
They took the complainant to the Lands Commission where Akosua and Agyemang went into one of the offices and came back with a man who confirmed that the land indeed belonged to Agyemang.
This led to the complainant making a payment of GHc105,000 to Agyemang for the land. He further gave a RAV 4 SUV valued at GHc100,000 to Agyemang for another plot of land.
Unfortunately, when the complainant went to work on his land he was confronted by another person who claimed ownership with original documents. He then made a report at the police station leading to the arrest of Akosua Agyapong and Agyemang.
The case presided over by Mrs Cecilia Dapaa Mireku has been adjourned to October 24, 2017.
Akosua Agyapong was not in court as his lawyer presented a medical report indicating that she was sick.