Rented Property Worth N60 Million Destroyed By Imo State Gov. Rochas Okorocha

at 20-09-2017 11:17AM (2 years ago)

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The Property destroyed In Mgbidi, Imo State is the property of Blog Visitor Ingrid's Grandma..... #Citizenreport

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''Hello Naijapals,
I have been avid reader of your blog and I have even posted my birthday post a few years ago on your amazing blog. It has been brought to my attention that Governor Rochas has destroyed my grandmother 3-story building , along with the 18 first level storefronts.
My grandmother built this building in 1976 as widow. The governor's contractors gave my grandmother a verbal notice that she has to remodel her building to new market standard. When plans of renovations was being put in place by my mother and her siblings, without notice the contractors bulldozed the building. My mother and her siblings are based in America.
There was no time to get back to Nigeria in such a short notice. This building is worth 60 million Naira.There are no talks of compensation. Is 60 million Naira a joke to some people? This is illegal and the governor has no remorse. They talk about Igbo people coming back home from the diaspora and building in their community but, yet they are destroying people's property. I have published this story on my Instagram: i.a. okonta''





ruthie at 20-09-2017 11:50AM (2 years ago)
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SORRY...SEEK LEGAL REDRESS
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christianity at 20-09-2017 11:59AM (2 years ago)
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thats one thing i hate in that zoo,where ppl have invested all their life wages,one day,somebody that called himself a governor or even a local government chiarmain will just wake up from sleep and level  it simply cos he think that he is in government and nothing will happen to him. without adequate provision of an alternative means.and without prior notice,and i wonder where did they learn such civilization.even here in the western world the gov dont just demolish things even if its of the most poorest person in their country without compensations and giving them alternatine house that may even be better than the former.what type of zoo is this.so pitiful my dear.
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christianity at 20-09-2017 12:00PM (2 years ago)
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Quote from: ruthie on 20-09-2017 11:50AM
SORRY...SEEK LEGAL REDRESS
lol,seeking legal redress in nigeria after the deed has been done is like pouring water on a stone for it to be absorbed.
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ngfineface at 20-09-2017 12:07PM (2 years ago)
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When you have a project, you monitor it else it goes bad. When they say people in diaspora should come back, they did not say build and and forget it. You said you guys were given time to renovate to taste but was able to come home until it was demolished. Does it mean no one in your family back home can assist supervise renovation? Does it mean you guys can't pay a contractor to renovate? Does it mean you yourself cannot find time to do so since your Granny may be old? Be careful with what you write when seeking justice. If you present your case like this be rest assured you will loose in law court or probably get a little change. Package yourself very well before seeking any justice. My one scent tough
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Ladyhap at 20-09-2017 02:00PM (2 years ago)
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Sorry for the lost
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osarobo62 at 20-09-2017 03:57PM (2 years ago)
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don't always believe a one sided story
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tegonwa at 22-09-2017 05:19AM (2 years ago)
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Heiya.Such A Pity Madam.Nawaa O!
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