Owners of abandoned buildings to forfeit them if… EKSG .. Says buildings have become criminal hideouts

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Ekiti State Government has warned owners of abandoned buildings in the
State to complete and take possession of their properties or forfeit
them as the government could no longer tolerate such structures that
have become hideouts for criminals and miscreants.

Giving the warning in Ado Ekiti, the State Commissioner for
Environment and Natural Resources, Princess Iyabo Fakunle-Okieimen
lamented that most abandoned buildings in the State have become dens
of criminals.

The Commissioner who conducted an on the spot assessment tour to five
Local Government Areas in the State said that some of the identified
buildings are indeed capable of harbouring men of the underworld.

She reiterated the commitment of the Fayemi led administration to the
safety of lives and property of people in the State, adding that
residents must however compliment government’s efforts at providing
adequate security by being more security conscious and giving prompt
relevant information to appropriate security agencies to tighten
security in their various areas.
Some of the buildings and facilities inspected by the Commissioner and
her team included; abandoned buildings along Fabo – Efon express road,
Efon Alaaye, Aramoko Forest Reserve along Ijero road, Aramoko-Ekiti
and Asasa Camp, Aramoko Ekiti.

Others are abandoned buildings and sites along Ire -Ilupeju Ekiti
road, Ire Ekiti, abandoned buildings and sites along Afao – Igbemo
road, abandoned sites along Ikere – Ise road and other several
abandoned company sites across the State.

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