A physically challenged man is appealing to the government and Ghanaians to intervene as his building has been demolished by a church at Dansoman.
According to the victim, Benjamin Thompson, he was deformed after being involved in an accident some years ago.
After going through all the hustle and bustle just to have his arm fixed, Mr Thompson said no surgery could help him after visiting several hospitals in the country.
In order not to live in misery after his failed surgery, distraught Mr Thompson said he started saving money including what he had from the insurance company as a result of the accident.
“After the accident, I tried all I could just to make sure I get my surgery done on my arms but after every surgery, doctors told me my broken arm cannot be done. It was a very painful moment for me because I won’t be able to take care of my wife and kids in this condition,” he narrated amidst tears.
He told Kwesi Asempa on Adom FM’s morning show Dwaso Nsem Tuesday that he managed to get a land to buy at GHC 450,000 after the accident.
On this land, he managed to put up a three-bedroom house with his insurance money while he starved his family just because he wanted to leave a legacy after his death.
Unfortunately, he travelled to Winneba on Saturday, May 23, 2021, to seek medical care only to be called and be informed his building had been demolished.
“I was at Winneba when the call came that some pastors from Christ Apostolic Church and police officers in patrol car had stormed the building and started demolishing the building saying they want to build a church.
Mr Thompson revealed no one has since told him anything about the matter, especially leaders of Christ Apostolic at Dansoman.
He said they have been rendered homeless, a situation that has made them vow never to go to church until he dies.