Utako Demolition: Police, We have to Build, Indigenes fumes, says Land belongs to Ancestors

Barely few weeks after the relax of the COVID-19 pandemic locked down last year, the development control of the Federal Capital Territory Stormed the Utako Village and demolished over 200 houses.

The department came few months after and erected a sign post of the Nigerian Police Force as the owner of the land.

Normalcy and business life retuned early this year woth the indigenes believing that all was well.

Event however took another twist on December 7th when trailers loaded with granites and sand were seen in large quantities offloading for construction to begin.

Drama ensued the following when a bulldozer with a combined force of the Nigerian Police and other security agents stormed the village to begin demolition.

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The Indigenes however came out in large numbers dressed in their native attires to stop the demolition exercise with placards and inscription saying ” this is our ancestral land” “Utako on Fire As Police Take Over Utako Village” and a host of others.

LEADING REPORTERS however gathered that the Utako chiefs went to report the issue to the Senator C Representing FCT, Philip Aduda whose response where sketchy but the demolition stopped while people still waited apprehensive to know their fate.

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