Panel summons 24 households over encroachment on EKSU land
Panel summons 24 households over encroachment on Ekiti varsity land. THE Ekiti State Judicial Commission of Inquiry on Land and Related Matters has ordered households who had encroached on the land of Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, to vacate the place earlier than their properties, which it described as unlawful, will probably be demolished.
The Chairman of the Commission, Justice Adekunle Adeleye, additionally summoned 24 totally different households in Ado Ekiti, the state capital, to interface with the Special Adviser to Governor Kayode Fayemi on Lands, Mrs. Funke Falodun, for encroaching on authorities acquired land within the capital metropolis.
Adeleye, whereas attending to a number of the households currently on the sitting on Monday, suggested they “to quit the encroached area, particularly EKSU land, before the state government takes a decisive action such as demolition of illegal structures”.
He stated the fee found that some members of the general public purchased plots of land on authorities land behind Model Estate within the state capital without correct documentation with the Ministry Lands and Urban Development.
However, Falodun, whereas explaining why she ordered stoppage of demolition not too long ago, stated, “There was an excessive amount of outcry on account of malice and irregularities that marred the train in that one of many demolition officers was found to have purchased a part of the land by proxy.
The governor’s aide stated, “Record shows that racketeering of land took place in the Ministry of Lands and Urban Development between 2015 and 2017”.
One of the demolition officers had earlier instructed the Commission that Falodun referred to as them to cease the train typically in the past.