Wike Ordered Demolition Of My Estate After Saying ‘How Can All This Land Be Given To Igboma’

After yelling, “How can all this land be given to Igboman?” FCT Minister Wike ordered the demolition of my estate. — Estate developer Ukachukwu, born in Anambra. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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hief Nicholas Ukachukwu, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the SNECOU Group Limited has decried the demolition of his investment on 214 hectares of land in the Asokoro district of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

He accused the FCT Minister, Mr Nyesom Wike of ordering the demolition.

He lamented that the demolition was carried out without any court order, despite pending valid two court orders from separate courts restraining the minister and the FCT administration from tampering with the property.

According to AIT, the property sitting on 214 hectares of land was demolished on Wednesday in the presence of heavily armed security operatives including soldiers, policemen and personnel of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC).

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Palliatives Won’t Solve Problem Of Hardship In Nigeria, Says Bayelsa Gov, Diri

Governor of Bayelsa State, Douye Diri, has said that the distribution of palliatives to citizens by the government is not the lasting solution to the economic hardship in the country.

Diri said this during the Easter Sunday service at St. Peter’s Anglican Church in his community, Sampou, in the Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area of the state.

The governor said even though he was not against the distribution of palliatives, he was more concerned with putting in place the right structures and systems to address the economic challenges.

Photos: Residents loot rice from Kebbi govt’s palliatives warehouse

Residents of Kebbi state attacked a government warehouse in the Bayan Kara area of Birnin Kebi,the state capital, on Saturday night, looting food items.



The looters also broke into some private facilities, overpowering the security forces on guard and making off with essential food items.

The latest incident in Kebbi State follows a similar event that happened earlier in Abuja and Suleja, Niger State. This looting spree could be attributed to challenging economic conditions stemming from the removal of petrol subsidies and the floating of the naira.

Police arrest man for allegedly stabbing elder brother to death in Bauchi

The Bauchi Command of the Nigeria Police has arrested one Isyaku Babale for allegedly killing his brother over an argument that ensued between them.

According to a statement made available on Monday by the police spokesman, SP Ahmed Wakil, the suspect was arrested after his brother was confirmed dead by doctors of the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Teaching Hospital (ATBUTH) Bauchi.

“Operatives attached to township Police Divisional headquarters have arrested one Isyaku Babale ‘m’ aged 30 years old, of Anguwan Dawaki, for an alleged culpable homicide. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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