Residents cry out as houses in Festac Phase 2 are demolished by the government - photos/video

Residents cry out as houses in Festac Phase 2 are demolished by the government (photos/video)

Some homeowners in Festac Phase 2 woke up to their houses being demolished on Sunday morning, Nov. 28.

 

This comes one day after an article announced that the Federal Housing Authority will soon begin mass demolition of buildings without approval in Festac Town.

 

Facebook user, Angel Nkiru took to her page to share photos of houses that have been brought down.

 

She wrote: "Got a bad news this morning.

 

"I am there and I'm crying because I have friends who have houses there.

 

"Festac phase 2 abulado estate under Amuwo odofin local government under demolition by the FHA.

 

"They started since 5 am.. See beautiful igbo people's houses.. FHA said the land is not approved. I am watching people's houses being destroyed and it's painful.

 

"Ego umu igbo agwugo.. This first yellow building belongs to my oga at aspamda. Make i no mention name because he's popular."

 

Residents cry out as houses in Festac Phase 2 are demolished by the government (photos/video)

Residents cry out as houses in Festac Phase 2 are demolished by the government (photos/video)

Residents cry out as houses in Festac Phase 2 are demolished by the government (photos/video)

Residents cry out as houses in Festac Phase 2 are demolished by the government (photos/video)

 

Watch the video below. 

 

 


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