FCDA Wrongly Marked Kpokpogri’s Demolished House – Justice League Chairman


FCDA Wrongly Marked Kpokpogri’s Demolished House – Justice League Chairman

TSB News reports that the chairman of the Nigeria Justice League, Abuja chapter Jude Vodah Levinus has claimed that the demolished house of the ex-lover of Tonto Dikeh, Prince Kpokpogri was wrongly marked for demolition by the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA).

Vodah Levinus made this claim during an interview with The Whistler when a protest was led by a group to the office of the Federal Captial Development Authority (FCDA) on Tuesday.

The group who led the protest to the FCDA office in Abuja demanded that Kpokpogri be compensated after his house worth N700 million was wrongly demolished.

Vodah Levinus stated that the demolished house of Kpokpogri wasn’t built on land reserved for the construction of a ‘Superhighway’ as claimed by FCDA. “We learned that it was not his house that was on the proposed highway, and there are other lands that have been allocated to some persons in that area.”

He also added that the house was wrongly marked for demolition. He revealed how the FCDA visited the site and brought a letter and the plot number on it which wasn’t the same as Kpokpogri’s plot number. He told the officials to erase the sign since the house was marked wrongly but never got feedback from them.

“This is a clear case of intimidation and oppression from our so-called political leaders. If his house was actually on the highway, there should be other houses that should also face the same demolition charges. Unfortunately, it was only his house. Does it mean the road started and ended in his house?”, he quizzed.

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