Gov. Elrufai Demolishes Popular Kaduna Hotel As Owners Vow to Go to Court (See Photos)
By Pan-African_Broadcast | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 39888 views
This time around, the governor's plague falls on the famous and popular hotel and night club known as Green Apple hotel in Narayi, Post Office Road, Sabo, Kaduna state.
The government of Kaduna State have once again commenced with the agenda of demolition of houses and business. Over the years, since governor Nasir Ahmed Elrufai became governor in 2015, there have been immense public outcry of the destruction of properties by the government.
This time around, the governor's plague falls on the famous and popular hotel and night club known as Green Apple hotel in Narayi, Post Office Road, Sabo, Kaduna state . The hotel was demolished as early as 5:44 am in the morning of monday with a bulldozer, police officers and SARS operatives.
However, the owners of the Hotel have vowed to take the case to court as they intend to file for damages by the government of Kaduna state.
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