Lagos begins demolition of state housing estates (ThisDay)

Lagos begins demolition of state housing estates (ThisDay)

Barely a few days after the Lagos State Government denied a report by the Amnesty International (AI) accusing it of forceful eviction and demolition of homes in various areas of the state, the state Ministry of Environment has begun the demolition of shops, kiosks, containers and attachments to building in the state-owned Abesan Housing Estate in Lagos.

The demolition exercise in the estate which houses over 60,000 inhabitants; and is reputed to be the biggest in the nation is consequent upon a notice to the residents last Tuesday that the exercise will commence immediately.
This is sequel to abatement of nuisance notice served by the Ministry to the President of the Abesan Estate Residents’ Association (AERA), Pastor Kehinde Ogundimu November 14, 2017. Read more

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