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Wike’ll Pay For Everything Destroyed, Even After Leaving Office, Estate Developer, Ukachukwu Vows Over Demolition Of Property In Abuja

Wike’ll Pay For Everything Destroyed, Even After Leaving Office, Estate Developer, Ukachukwu Vows Over Demolition Of Property In Abuja %Post Title

The CEO of the SNECOU Group Limited, Chief Nicholas Ukachukwu, has vowed that the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, will pay for all his properties demolished in the Asokoro district of Abuja.

Ukachukwu alleged that Wike did not only demolish his properties because he expressed the belief that the land should not be given to an Igbo man but because he (Wike) wanted to take the land for himself.

SaharaReporters on Monday reported that Ukachukwu had decried the demolition of his investment on 214 hectares of land in the Asokoro district of Abuja.

He had accused Wike of ordering the demolition.

Lamenting the demolition, Ukachukwu said it was carried out without any court order, despite pending valid two court orders from separate courts restraining the minister and the FCT administration from tampering with the property.

The Anambra State-born businessman called on President Bola Tinubu to intervene and save the multi-million-naira invested in the property.

He claimed that the property was demolished because it was owned by an Igbo man, and not because the company violated any law, as all legal titles had been sorted and obtained before commencing development of the property.

But Wike, while reacting to Ukachukwu’s allegations, said that the land in question was allocated when there was no minister, insisting that he didn’t see any court order restraining the ministry from entering the property.

The minister described Ukachukwu as an “ethnic jingoist”.

Ukachukwu in an interview with StreetVerdict said, “We went for a meeting and Wike looked at it and said there is no issue here because already. In view of the fact that there is court judgment on it, there is nothing he can do.

“Until his boys that are fronting for Sunrise took him to those sites, he looked at the sites and said that how can Igbo man own this, that he will not allow this to be.

“Which people is he calling Igbo man? My immediate younger brother who is also part of this business is a former House of Representatives member. He represented the entire Abuja.

“It is not the issue of dispute; it is the issue that Wike is interested in the land and he wants to use proxy to take the land from the back door. Quote me anywhere, I’m ready to defend whatever I have said.

“He said it. If not, how could he say ‘how can all this land be given to Igbo man?’ What is the meaning? If Igbo man is not qualified to get it, that means he wants to take it.

“The single kobo that was damaged over this property will be paid by the government including Wike. Anyone that we could collect before the tenure ends, Wike will pay it even after the tenure.

“These individuals are supposed to be held responsible even when they leave the government. Wike will pay even after the government. It is better that he packages and makes sure that everything is paid before he leaves, if not, anyone we didn’t collect now, when he comes out from the government, he will still give us the balance.

“Here is not Rivers. We will first go for the issue of tampering with the property that we erected there. No one can take that land from us.”(SaharaReporters)

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