Ghpage.com reported earlier about the controversial incident at the Diamond Pub and Grill spot at East Legon in Accra last Thursday when a task force from Accra Metropolitan Assembly(AMA) tried to demolish the structure.
The facility is a property owned by Miss Shatta Michy, SM4Lyf Boss Shatta Wale’s fiancee and was marked as one of the structures to be to pull down at East Legon Green Belt zone as a demolition exercise.
The task force was reported earlier that they have demolished some unauthorized structures and walls in the same area as the means of the operation.
However, they had to spend several hours trying to pull down the structures of Shatta Michy following pleas from the Miss and other residents in the area not to demolish her facility.
Madam Michy initially claimed that the keys to the facility were with one of her workers and was waiting to pack out her things to pave way for the task force to carry out their duty.
Officers of the AMA, who heeded to Miss Michy’s pleas finally disconnected her facility from the electricity grid and seized her electricity meter. She was given a one-week ultimatum to pull down her structure.
This heeded pleas generated controversies as some officials among the team from the AMA questions why other people’s structures had been demolished while others were left out in the operation.
The Metropolitan Coordinating Director of the AMA, Mr. Sam Ayeh-Datey, in an interview, said the owners whose properties have been pulled down would be compensated with the cost of demolition.
But, the latest post from Shatta Michy on social media, Miss Shatta believes it’s only in Ghana that a young lady trying to do something to encourage young ladies would be fought from all angles.
Check out what Shatta Michy wrote on Facebook
“It’s only Ghana that a young lady would try to do something for herself, encourage other young ladies to do same no matter how small & she ends up being fought from all angles. Stronger forever”.
“I’m 24, I have my businesses, my education, my wonderful family, & im grinding still, there’s money to be made on these streets & nothing will stop me and my fellow young ladies who are willing to make it out here. You can’t break me. Try something else”.