Godwin Obaseki Revokes James Ibori's CofO For His Edo State Mansions, Set To Demolish Them

4 months ago by: Daniel Bosai
-- Online (m) at 20-02-2020 06:31PM (4 months ago)

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Edo Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, has revoked the statutory right of occupancy granted to a former Delta Governor Chief James Ibori in respect to a property on plot 103A Aiguobasimwin Crescent, old GRA, Oredo local government.

Governor Obaseki said he revoked the property in exercise of the power conferred on him by sections (28) 1 and 38 of the Land Use Degree of 1978 and by virtue of all other laws enabling him on that behalf.

-- olowoinlionsden (m) at 20-02-2020 06:58PM
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We should continue to get rid of Fruit of Crime, wherever it exists, it helps to discourage criminals in their ventures. The pint-size Governor of Kaduna State has already blazed the trail; remember the prestigious Durbar Hotel, owned by a dark goggled criminal soldier? The edifice has kissed the Dust.
-- crusita Online (f) at 20-02-2020 09:30PM
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All this people are nigeria problem.
-- tyomon (m) at 20-02-2020 09:43PM
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Dirty house and he will never stay there but wasted state funds acquiring it, Ibori  mansions in south Africa are there idling for years. Fools
-- SweetDaddy1 (m) at 20-02-2020 10:53PM
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I don't see any mansions in this photo  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
-- OmoNobaUku (m) at 21-02-2020 05:54AM
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Great idea to confiscate the property but why demolish it when it can be converted to house a Govt department or Ministry? Or used as an orphange?