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Lagos Assembly summons Sanwo-Olu’s aides, landowners over planned demolition 

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 The Lagos State House of Assembly has summoned Gov Babajide Sanwo Olu s aides and some landowners over allegations of planned demolition of some houses in Jakande Estate Eti Osa The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the two aides are the Commissioner for Housing Mr Moruf Akinderu Fatai and the Managing Director Lagos Building Investments Company LBIC Mr Oluwatobi Lawal The house made this known sequel to a matter raised under Matters of Urgent Public Importance by Mr Noheem Adams Deputy Majority Leader of the assembly Adams told his colleagues that the residents whose ages ranged from 70 to 80 stormed his house in the early hours of Tuesday pleading that the state government should be stopped from demolishing their houses It will be recalled that majority of the residents lived in Maroko before their houses were demolished in the 1990s and they were relocated to the Jakande Estate in Eti Osa local government area of Lagos state he said Adams said the residents had lived peacefully until recently when the alleged demolition threats of their buildings began The lawmaker said the residents had written a petition to the house while their grievance was already being addressed by the house Committee on Public Petitions chaired by Mr Victor Akande On Sept 23 some members of the house led by Akande visited the Jakande estate with some officials from the LBIC who had promised that they will not demolish buildings in the area However on Oct 12 officials of the LBIC went to the estate to mark houses for demolition he said In his contribution Mr Rotimi Olowo said the situation with the residents was pathetic Olowo said the parties were supposed to reach mutual understanding because the owners of the estate had invested heavily in the place He was supported by his colleague Mr Adewale Temitope who called for an amicable resolution of the issue The Speaker Mr Mudashiru Obasa before approving the invitation of the commissioner and the LBIC boss noted that there was need to understand the position of the government before a decision was taken on the issue The speaker also agreed that there should be collaboration and understanding between the property owners and the state government NewsSourceCredit NAN
Lagos Assembly summons Sanwo-Olu’s aides, landowners over planned demolition 

State House of Assembl

The Lagos State House of Assembly has summoned Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s aides and some  landowners over allegations of planned demolition of some houses in  Jakande Estate,  Eti-Osa.

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News Agency

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the two aides are the Commissioner for Housing, Mr Moruf Akinderu-Fatai and the Managing Director, Lagos Building Investments Company (LBIC) Mr Oluwatobi Lawal.

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Matters of Urgent Public Importance

The house made this known, sequel to a matter raised under “Matters of Urgent Public Importance”  by Mr Noheem Adams, Deputy Majority Leader of the assembly.

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Adams told his colleagues that the residents, whose ages ranged from  70 to  80 ,  stormed his house in the early hours of Tuesday, pleading that the state government should be stopped from demolishing their houses.

Jakande Estate in Eti-Osa

“It will be recalled that majority of the residents lived in Maroko before their houses were demolished in the 1990s and they were relocated to the Jakande Estate in Eti-Osa local government area of Lagos state,” he said.

Adams.

said the residents had lived peacefully until recently,  when the alleged demolition threats of their buildings began.

Public Petitions

The lawmaker said the residents had written a petition to the house while their grievance was already being addressed by the house Committee on Public Petitions,  chaired  by Mr Victor Akande.

“On Sept. 23,  some members of the house led by  Akande visited the Jakande estate with some officials from the LBIC, who had promised that they will not demolish buildings in the area.

“However on Oct. 12, officials of the LBIC went to the estate to mark houses for demolition,” he said.

Rotimi Olowo

In his contribution, Mr Rotimi Olowo said the situation with the residents was pathetic.

Olowo said the parties were supposed to reach mutual understanding because the owners of the estate had invested heavily in the place.

Adewale Temitope

He was supported by his colleague, Mr Adewale Temitope, who called  for an amicable resolution of the issue.

Mudashiru Obasa

The Speaker, Mr Mudashiru Obasa, before approving the invitation of the commissioner and the LBIC boss, noted that there was need to understand the position of the government before a decision was taken on the issue.

The speaker also agreed that there should be collaboration and understanding between the property owners and the state government.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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