Andy Dosty recounted how he lost his 3-bedroom house and a car to swindlers

Andy Dosty, a well-known media personality, has spoken openly about some challenging times in his career.

The well-known DJ and broadcaster recalled watching helplessly as his properties were swindled from him between 2011 and 2012.

Andy told The Delay Show about his agonising experience purchasing a three-bedroom house in Nhyieso, a Kumasi suburb, only to lose ownership to someone who suddenly appeared with a more convincing document claiming ownership.

Andy stated that the property was previously sold to another person by the real estate agent who sold it to him.

When asked if he had taken any steps to resolve or recoup his losses, Andy stated that the ‘untrustworthy’ middleman had since disappeared.

“In 2011, I bought a 3-bedroom house in Nhyieso, and that one, too, had a lot of problems,” he explained. “Someone arrived with documents claiming ownership of the house. He provided the records that indeed proved that he owned the house. I was also given documents. The middleman did not speak the truth, and till now, we don’t know where he is.”

Andy also shared an unfortunate incident in which he was hit by a musician named Kwesi Sellasie and lost his car. He explained that he had sold the car to the young man but had not been paid or seen the vehicle since.

“A musician approached me and said he wanted to buy one of my cars, and I gave it to him. To date, I haven’t seen him. He is called Kwesi Sellasie, and he lives in Canada. To date, I haven’t heard from him or set my eyes on him. I don’t know his whereabouts. He took the car to Agona Nsaba, and I never saw my car or received any money for payment,” he told Delay.

“Nothing has happened to him,” Andy said, denying that Kwesi Sellasie had died, which could explain the lack of communication. He, on the other hand, is still alive. One of my weaknesses is selling my properties. When you do not get lucky with those things, you get the bare necessities.”



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