I will like to tell you how the sobon gari local government of in Zaria Kaduna State demolished shops that are selling alcohol and other drugs had been directed to demolished by the the local government chairman Engr Muhammad I Usman.
The shops have been domolished for the past one week .
The shops that are located at IBB road at PZ Zaria are numbered by the local government as follows;
L19 , L20 , L23 , L25 , L29
L30, L33, L34, L35, L36, L38
The shops have been numbered up till L60 which they all been demolished by the local government.
Which recently the owners of the shops fired the Sabon Gari local Government into the high court in dogarawa that is in the Sabon Gari local government.
While the court rejected their complain.
While the court judge said that; "The reason why your complain has been rejected is that the shops are owned by the local government and they had the right to did anything with it."
That's what happened recently by the alcohol sellers.
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