Demolishing of Multimillion-Naira Abuja Duplex: FCTA’s Bold Move Explained

The resolute steps of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) have come into focus as a lavish duplex, valued in the millions, met its end in Abuja. On the 28th of August, Monday, the FCTA executed the demolition, citing the construction as unauthorized on the allotted land. The duplex, situated at Plot 226 Cadastral Zone, A02 Wuse 1, Wuse Zone 6 District, bore the brunt of the enforcement, according to reports by VON.

Mukhtar Galadima, the director of the development control department, offered insights into the unfolding scenario. His team undertook a comprehensive investigation to ascertain the rightful owner of the plot, owing to conflicting claims from involved parties. Ultimately, the building was confirmed to be the property of the late Alake of Egba Land, Oba Oye Lipede, validating the grounds for the demolition. Galadima voiced the next steps, revealing, “After our investigation, we ascertained the original allottee, so we have to remove it. We are going to consult the legal department to know the next action against the developer.”

The FCT has witnessed a determined endeavor by Nyesom Wike, the FCT minister, to cleanse the capital city of unapproved structures. Wike, who took office with a pledge to sanitize Abuja, has shown a firm resolve in aligning actions with his words. This authoritative stance has sparked both commendation and counsel, with political observers urging Wike to approach his role thoughtfully.

Furthermore, the FCT minister, Nyesom Wike, has set an ambitious eight-month timeline for the comprehensive rehabilitation of the Abuja light rail. During a visit to the Abuja Metro Station in Idu and the Airport Station on the 23rd of August, Wike’s dedication to expedite vital projects was evident. This marks one of his earliest responsibilities as a minister and showcases his commitment to infrastructural enhancement.”

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