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Abuja Landlords in trouble with FCTA Over Illegal Structures

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Abuja Landlords n trouble with FCTA Over Illegal Structures

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Property owners in Nigeria’s capital, Abuja, should get ready for prosecution over illegal structures and containers in their neighbourhoods, that’s according to Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).

The senior special assistant to FCT minister on monitoring, inspection and enforcement, comrade Ikharo Attah, stated this while removing illegal structures in Kubwa and Dutse communities in Abuja.

He warned that the property owners should ensure the streets are free and that the FCTA will keep removing illegal structures such as containers and shanties from the streets of the city.

“If they refused to stop, we will serve them abatement notice and take them to court. It is unacceptable that you have already rented your house and you are not satisfied and start renting the front of your house for containers, and shanties,” he said.

He also condemned the fact the people that are building under extremely high-tension transmission wires, explaining that it is hazardous to their health and also very dangerous in case of an accident.

Attah further said it is unacceptable that beautiful neighborhoods are littered with shanties and containers.

“It is worrisome that you see a very beautiful neighborhood and you just found shanties and containers on the streets. The FCTA is worried about this. We want to warn residents not to encourage illegality on their fences and gates, it harbours criminals.

“We want to ask residents to discourage this, the first containers that come up, they should ensure that they remove it so that we have a beautiful environment and not have a haven for criminals,” he said.

This article was updated 2 days ago

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