The Senior Pastor of Christ International Church, Baden, Switzerland, Osoko Solomon, has asked the Lagos State Government to give him the two-bedroomed bungalow he paid for more than 21 years ago.
Solomon told our correspondent on the telephone that he had endured frustrations as efforts to get his house had proved abortive.
Our correspondent learnt that the 52-year-old had paid N353,500 to the state government on August 9, 1995, for the bungalow in the Lekki Jubilee Housing Scheme.
He was said to have been issued all the necessary documents before he travelled to Switzerland, and had asked his relatives to monitor the project. PUNCH Metro was told that the cleric’s house was, however, given to somebody else.
While appealing for reallocation, Solomon said he planned to return from Switzerland soon to settle down in Lagos with his wife and children. He said, “I paid the complete N353,500 for a two-bedroomed bungalow at the Lekki Jubilee Housing Estate, which was operated by the state government. I was allocated a place, with address and house number. Read more