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Why we demolished Kpokpogri’s house – FCTA



The Federal Capital Territory Administration has revealed why a constructing owned by Tonto Dikeh’s ex-boyfriend, Joseph Egbri, popularly often known as Kpokpogri, was demolished on Saturday morning, Might 14.


In an interview with Punch, an aide to the FCT Minister acknowledged that Kpokpogri’s home was demolished as a result of it was constructed on a significant freeway.


Additionally talking, the Senior Particular Assistant to the FCT Minister on Monitoring, Inspection, and Entrustment, Attah Ikharo, mentioned the constructing didn’t get approval from the mandatory businesses.


“His home is on an excellent freeway often known as M-16. He doesn’t also have a constructing plan approval. It’s like anyone who is aware of that the freeway is coming bought the land to him and he simply went to construct. We’ve got been asking him to cease however he refused.”


Debunking Kpokpogri’s declare, the minister’s aide famous that he was warned towards constructing on the land however he refused.


“In Abuja, earlier than you construct, you should get constructing plan approval. There was no approval in any respect for him. The place was initially allotted to anyone way back. So I feel the individual now bought it to anyone who then bought it to him. When he found that it was a highway, He didn’t cease however saved speeding the constructing. The entire constructing was inbuilt lower than a 12 months.

The Federal Housing Authority Managing Director got here right here twice this week. The MD got here the day earlier than yesterday (Thursday) that they didn’t give him approval and the constructing was illegally constructed.

The FCDA Govt Secretary additionally got here, including that it was illegally constructed. We got here right here twice this week asking him to vacate due to the tremendous freeway.”Ikharo mentioned


He added that the one obstacle on the freeway which started from Guzape 2 was Kpokpogri’s home, stating that in three months time, the highway work will begin on the land.


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