ANTHONY OPPONG, JA
On or about 3rd April, 2013, the plaintiff/appellant, to be simply called appellant for purposes of this judgment, caused a writ of summons to issue against defendants/respondents who shall also for purposes of this judgment be simply called respondents.
By way of reliefs, the appellant sought declaration of title and recovery of possession of all that building plot No (1) situate at Amanfrom-Nkawkaw, damages for trespass and an injunction against the respondents.
The respondents traversed the claim of appellant and joined issues with him. After the trial of the case by the High Court, Nkawkaw, appellant’s case was dismissed, hence this appeal which is expressive of appellant’s dissatisfaction of the judgment dismissing his claim.
For now it may be apposite to attempt a summary of the facts of the case. The appellant acquired the disputed land from the then chief of Obo called Nana Asiamah in 1983. After the land had been demarcated to appellan…