Community seeks govt implementation of MoU

Barely three years after receiving Certificate of Occupancy, C of O, communities in Ibeju-Lekki area of Lagos State have appealed to the state government to expedite action in the remuneration of its Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, to enable its people enjoy the benefit of investments the area was attracting as a new commercial hub.

Already the communities under the auspices of Lekki Coastal Area Development Association (Resettlement Committee) had received  a C of O for 375.03 hectares  in 2014 after they relinquished their ownership of 7,500 hectares of land for the development of Lekki Free Trade Zone, LFTZ.

Speaking during a courtesy visit to announce the official takeover of land, Chairman of the Association, Wasiu Ayeola, applauded efforts of the state government in bringing investments to the communities, adding that the essence of free trade zone was to develop humanity.

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