Lawmaker Gives Land Encroachers One Month To Leave

The lawmaker representing Epe constituency 2, Hon. Olusegun Olulade has warned illegal occupants of a landed property earmarked for primary Health Center in Ejigbo Area of Lagos State to vacate the area within one month.

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Olulade, who is the chairman, House Committee on Health Services in the Lagos State House of Assembly, said he was preoccupied with ensuring that the health Sector was revamped in line with the strategies and innovations put in that sector by the state Governor, Mr.Akinwumi Ambode.

Olulade said “the Governor, Mr. Ambode is putting everything in place to move the health sector to the next level and this plan must not be sabotaged”.

The legislator, therefore, urged all the trespassers to vacate the land, which has a sign “PROPOSED SITE FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTER (ILAMOSHE WARD)”.

The Epe born lawmaker said the trespassers had been warned verbally by the Local Council Development Authority (LCDA) and had been issued 7 days quit notice.

He, however, appealed to the Council that the 7 days ultimatum be extended to one month, after which the trespassers will face forceful ejection if they failed to comply.


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