F.G. KORBIEH, JA
This appeal emanates from the Circuit Court, Wa which was presided over by His Honour, Anthony K. Amoah-Aturu. It is important to recount the events that led to the appeal at this stage. The suit was ostensibly commenced by one Mwine Kanda who purportedly issued a writ of summons wherein he described himself as the “Yidana of Guo-Dorimon Traditional Area”. Mwine Kanda purportedly asked for the following reliefs from the court below:
1. a declaration of title to a large parcel of land lying to the western side of a foot path on the Wa-Dorimon road;
2. perpetual injunction restraining the appellants, their heirs, workmen and any person claiming title through them from interfering with “the plaintiff’s peaceful enjoyment of the land.”;
3. an order that the appellants remove their pegs from the land and 4. damages for trespass.
The case for the plaintiff/respondent in the court below (as contained his pleadings) was that the plaintiff (i.e. Mwine Kanda) was the “Yidana of …