Iwuanyanwu Response to the demolition of N11bn property belonging to Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu by FG

Iwuanyanwu Response to the demolition of N11bn property belonging to Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu by FG

The Federal Capital Territory Administration, headed by Minister Nyesom Wike, demolished properties worth over N11 billion that belonged to Prince Nicholas Ukachukwu. This action was sharply denounced by Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, the President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Worldwide. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Despite the existence of two court judgments banning the Minister and the FCT administration from messing with the property, Ukachukwu claims that the demolition occurred without a court order.

Ukachukwu appealed to President Bola Tinubu to step in and safeguard the substantial investment he had put into the property.

Minister Wike responded by stating that the land allocated to Ukachukwu did not have any ministerial approval. He also raised concerns about land-grabbing in Abuja, attributing it to compromised officials within the land department of his ministry.

Reacting, Chief Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu criticized the demolition, underscoring that Ukachukwu, a patriotic Nigerian, had made significant investments in Abuja’s development.

He highlighted the Igbo community’s contributions to the city’s progress, stressing the importance of individuals like Nicholas Ukachukwu in advancing this growth.

Iwuanyanwu expressed solidarity with Ukachukwu and emphasized the significance of investing billions of Naira in Abuja as a demonstration of faith in Nigeria’s unity and dedication to its prosperity.

According to Daily Post, Iwuanyanwu condemned the demolition, saying, “I understand that properties valued at over N11 billion were demolished. Nicholas Ukachukwu is an exceptionally patriotic Nigerian who has invested significant time and resources into developing Abuja.

“The contribution of the Igbos to Abuja’s development cannot be overlooked, and among such contributors, young men like Nicholas Ukachukwu must be remembered. Anyone who invests billions of Naira in Abuja surely does so because they believe in the unity of Nigeria and are dedicated to its prosperity. This is a matter of concern for me.” CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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