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FCTA gives Lokogoma residents ultimatum to vacate waterways


The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has given an ultimatum to residents of Ipet-Five Estate in Lokogoma district, in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC), whose buildings are along waterways and road corridors, to vacate the areas.

Recalled that barely few weeks ago, the waterways along the Lokogoma corridor were heavily flooded and swept away several houses including a young boy of 17 years after a heavy downpour.

Handing down the ultimatum during an unscheduled visit to the estate, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Permanent Secretary, Sir Chinyeaka Ohaa, stated that at the expiration of the two weeks ultimatum, government would move in and demolish all structures along the corridors.

Ohaa explained that the buildings be removed by the administration,after the ultimatum are structures built on 20 meters  from the both sides of rivers, adding that the buildings along the water ways and road corridors.


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