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Peter Obi Condemns Sanwo Olu’s Demolition of Houses, Economic Genocide antics

Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi, has condemned the demolition of houses in Lagos and other parts of the country. In a post shared on X, Peter Obi stated that even if there are some violations as the governments are claiming, the demolition shouldn’t be at this critical time knowing the hardship in the land and the consequences it will have on the poor who are struggling to make ends meet with their little resources.

The Post read:

“It’s with complete despondency and unhappiness that I have followed the ongoing demolitions of properties across the country, especially knowing the extra hardship such acts have been heaping on hapless citizens who are already battling with multi-dimensional Poverty”

“What a responsive government should be doing under the current harsh economic conditions in the country is to come up with measures aimed at alleviating the people’s hardships and to carry out measures that will take more people out of poverty”

“Even if there are some violations as the governments are claiming, this critical time is not auspicious for such an exercise knowing the hardship in the land and the consequences it will have on the poor who are struggling to make ends meet with their little resources”

“The poor in our midst who are putting their meager resources are going through very severe financial stress that should not be multiplied further. In some cases, the properties being demolished are the life time savings and retirement abodes of the aged and incapacitated”

“My appeal therefore is for the respective governments involved in this act to consider the hardship in the country and try and put a human face to their actions. While we should enforce sensible regulations, all actions of government must show compassion” – PO

IMAGE: Igbere TV

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