The Edo State governor Godwin Obaseki on Thursday gives the reason why State government under his watch demolished the properties belonging to the former deputy governor of the State, Dr. Pius Odubu and that of Professor Julius Ihonvbere, former Secretary to the State Government, SSG and Mike Itemuagbon and others.
Dr. Odubu and Itemuagbon are government officials during the tenure of the former state governor and the past chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
Recall three houses belonging to Dr. Odubu and two other (APC) chieftains in state were demolished on Tuesday.
It was learnt that Odubu’s younger brother and his family were living the demolished house.
According the state government, saying that the properties were recovered for the use of the state after their Certificates of Occupancy (C-of-O) were revoked alongside that of the incumbent governor Mr. Obaseki.
These clarification was made in a statement by the Secretary to State Government (SSG) Osarodion Ogie Esq.
According to Ogie, the C of Os of the properties were revoked on December 21, 2020 because they were gifted out as parting gifts by Oshiomhole.
(Source: Vanguard News).
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