In this appeal the plaintiff/appellant (described hereafter alternately as the plaintiff or the appellant) seeks a reversal of the judgment of the High Court, dated 31st March 2015 and furthermore, that judgment be entered for him.
The matters giving rise to the appeal are the following:
There is a village with a number of settlements in the Greater Accra Region referred to as Danchira lands. The plaintiff describes the lands as bounded on the North by Manhean and Ashaladza lands, on the south by Amanfro lands, on the east by Baanyebi Kpakpoand lands at Foma and Afuaman lands up to the Densu River, and on the West by Akim Abuakwa land, with a total acreage of 18,665 acres.
The plaintiff brought suit against the defendants at the court below claiming inter alia, a declaration of title to the said lands and damages for trespass thereto.
It was the case of the plaintiff: the Asere Dzasetse and acting Asere Mantse who brought suit on behalf of the Asere Stool, that this was ances…