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Delta State Demolishes 40 Buildings, Displaces Over 1,000 – Government Provides Relief Camps and Support for Affected Residents

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Over 1,000 people were displaced in Delta State, Nigeria, as the state government demolished 40 buildings, including hotels and schools, in the popular 74 Road and Anwai Road areas near the Government House in Asaba, the state capital. The demolition was carried out by the Chairman of the state Taskforce on Recovery of Government Lands, Mr. Frank Omare, who vowed to go after land grabbers who misled citizens into buying government lands. The government stated that the property owners had been given enough notice since the last demolition at Musa Camp Asaba and warned all illegal occupants on government lands across the state to evacuate their valuables as the government is determined to recover all lands belonging to it.

 

Citations:

[1] https://punchng.com/govts-demolish-illegal-structures-in-delta-abuja/

[2] https://punchng.com/1000-displaced-as-delta-demolishes-40-buildings/

[3] https://www.nairaland.com/8133703/1000-displaced-delta-demolishes-40/1

[4] https://newscentral.africa/40-buildings-demolished-in-delta-1000-people-displaced/

[5] https://twitter.com/NewsNowNigeria/status/1804699073997389993

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