Kuje Demolition: FCTA takes down hotels, churches, and Estates (Video)
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Kuje Demolition: FCTA takes down hotels, churches, and Estates (Video)

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As part of its ongoing demolition campaign, the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has destroyed small estates, residential structures, places of worship, hotels, restaurants, and other illegitimate constructions in the Kuje local council.

The FCTA officials stormed the council on Monday in the company of a well-armed joint security task team to start the week-long demolition exercise by first removing illegal structures from major roads in Kuje town. Yesterday, they started demolishing large structures along the railway corridor.

Comrade Ikharo Attah, a senior special assistant to the FCT minister for monitoring, inspection, and enforcement, predicted that the demolition along the Kuje railway routes would continue for days until the illegally acquired lands were restored.

He reiterated his promise to the FCT minister that he would not give up until the railway routes were regained. The cleanup of the Kuje railway corridors is one of our delicate operations, he declared. Because the Department of Development Control team never believed them when they came to label these buildings, the situation is pretty pitiful.

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“Our demolition crew members were deeply moved while working on this project; some were nearly in tears. People who actually needed to be informed and evacuated from their unlawful buildings did not do so. It might interest you to read Rivers Government: Abati’s verbal attack on Wike was reckless and childish

Watch the video below:

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