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Osun local council gets quit notice over rent



The authorities of the Boripe North Native Council Improvement Authority, Iree has been given a seven-day ultimatum to vacate the property getting used as its secretariat on account of a N1,000:000:00 excellent lease or face authorized motion.

The proprietor of the property, Alhaji Kadiri Adepoju had issued the ultimatum through his Counsel, Dr. D. A. Ariyoosu.

In line with info made obtainable to this medium, the property was given out on lease in 2016 on the creation of the LCDA by the administration of former Governor, Rauf Aregbesola.

It was learnt that the property was given cheaply to the LCDA by the proprietor on settlement that it’s going to preserve the property and pay electrical energy payments however disagreement arose when the proprietor, Alhaji Adepoju accused them of not taking good care of the property.

In consequence, Boripe North LCDA was requested to vacate the property, pay the excellent lease and electrical energy payments thus far.


The doc reads, “Your Authority is to pay the collected arrears consumption payments updated and impact mandatory repairs earlier than delivering up possession of the aforesaid premises.

“It’s our hope that your authority would avail itself of the chance of paying the lease and ship up possession and keep away from the unpalatable penalties of litigation with its attendant publicity and embarrassment.

“In probably the most unlikely occasion of the failure of your authority to stop and ship up possession of the premises and pay the arrears of lease inside the interval said, this letter serves as a NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SUE and by which case, we hereby state our consumer’s explanation for motion.”

The Chairman of Boripe North LCDA, Oyebode Samson Oyewole, when contacted initially denied the existence of any stop discover however later said they he had no time to talk on the matter.

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