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FCTA pulls down 102 homes in Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has demolished 102 homes constructed on water channels within the space.  The event adopted final week’s flood incident which claimed the lives of 5 individuals in Giri-Kpasere, alongside Airport Highway in Gwagwalada Space Council.

FCT Division of Growth Management mentioned the unlawful homes had been marked down for demolition a couple of yr in the past, and that the federal government had given the affected residents sufficient time to maneuver out of the flood-prone areas.

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Deputy Director, Monitoring and Enforcement, Division of Division Management, Garba Kwamkur mentioned the federal government couldn’t spare the homes anymore, following the latest forecast of extra rains and consequential flooding.

Kwamkur famous the group was a part of the land overlaying about 260 hectares allotted throughout the Abuja Grasp Plan for the event of the College of Abuja, Gwagwalada, however some indigenous individuals and different squatters are staying there quickly.

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