Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Abuja Metropolitan Management Council Gives 24hr Notice To Business Owner To Vacate Premises

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Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Abuja Metropolitan Management Council Gives 24hr Notice To Business Owner To Vacate Premises

I dont know what is going on but in these hard times in Nigeria, it is wrong to even give anyone notice to move..move to where? IT IS WRONG and the government as a whole should look into this...




33 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Na wa o

Zitel Coconut oil Onitsha 08081725441 said...

Oh God. These people should feel the pulse of the nation biko. Some policies that aren't life threatening should be on hold for now biko. Enough hardship already.

School Life said...

Stella which government? Don't you know the ones we call government now are evil?

Just look at what is happening in the country. They are now attacking entrepreneurs.

They (govt) ve no focus, no plan, they don't even know what they want... They are just jumping upandan doing rubbish here and there.

Lolzzzz.....E still remain 3yrs o. More n more to follow if nothing positive is done.

James said...

No be una vote for Buhari and inhumane policies.

I'veBeenTouchedByAnAngelWithLove said...

God's kingdom should come already. Life in Paradise #anticipating#
*God bless my Angel in human form*

cakes by Bella's, Abuja. 58DA8ADF, 07080305132, instagram @cakes_by_bellas ,twitter @CBellaabuja said...

Just passed this post on my IG page, no likes till now. Who wan like this kind bad news... not fair. Most of this people have been there for years and even used their hard earned money to renovate the place. It is well. When there is life, there is hope

Olori footwear said...

My dear Bella, in most cases when there is life, hope is lost gone. With the way things are turning out, you either chose life or hope.. everything is going njaba(south).

Loveme Jeje said...

Abeg you all should enjoy the CHANGE APC brought to una. NO complain. Comply with the order. I know majority of Abuja people were happy with buhari, so no need to vex.

Just that they will add to the jobless again. Eayah make una enjoy buhari change oo

Anonymous said...

Not to judge or take sides but in the past, businesses have been known to "settle" and erect illegal structures and when the hammer comes falling, they start crying wolf. 24 hours notice isn't feasible in any sense but if the structure or part of is in violation, it has to go. This is same sense those thieving land grabbers will knowingly encroach on your choice land and build sharp sharp so when you come, they'll bring that "settlement" sentiment on the basis that they've already started building on it.

DonMayor said...

What right do you occupants have on the premises ? If you're a squatters on the land, you can be rejected within minutes, you ll should know that instead of looking for pity party.

Anonymous said...

The truth is most of the people who own these business premises are warned by government officials especially in Abuja/FCT but they go ahead and do things the 'Nigerian way' an when it backfires they will come and be crying on social media.

ololade Salaudeen said...

hmm are they the real owner of the place? if they are not then its possible they already served the real owners notice before the 24 hours own....just saying sha

Anonymous said...

I understand that these are people's businesses, probably their sole source of income but I feel the government shouldn't be blamed.

If the right channels were followed during the construction process, I believe this would not be happening. The law is the law. Has anyone stopped to ask why this building was marked for demolition? If you went to the planning office, paid your dues( no cutting corners), followed the plan; for example, taking into account the distance of the building to the road, height, the type of structure etc. I believe no one will mark your building.

Someone knows what really happened here that the business owner is probably unaware of. But whatever the case is, I believe there is hope for small businesses.

Anonymous said...

This administration reminds of pharaoh in the bible.

Anonymous said...

I understand that these are people's businesses, probably their sole source of income but I feel the government shouldn't be blamed.

If the right channels were followed during the construction process, I believe this would not be happening. The law is the law. Has anyone stopped to ask why this building was marked for demolition? If you went to the planning office, paid your dues( no cutting corners), followed the plan; for example, taking into account the distance of the building to the road, height, type of structure etc. I believe no one will mark your building.

Someone knows what really happened here which the business owner is probably unaware of. But whatever the case is, I believe there is hope for small businesses.

Eka Joy said...

I'm tired of this country. My dear, pls hurry up and make dis mulla

THELMA'S CAKE WORLD said...

I'm so sick of Nigeria.....

Anonymous said...

Re u a jw?


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This isn't fair at all. Where are they supposed to move to within 24hrs?

Anonymous said...

Afi rejected... Your stupidity today is on another level, re u trying to take the crown from James?

abril said...

Obviously

Starjoy said...

I wonder ooo

Anonymous said...

At bvs,we should also look at de fact at hand, I knw dis place should be gwarinpa, stella de original purpose of gwarinpa is for residential, but a lot of people has change it shops, wit back door approval, so does dat make it right, I feel for dem o, but dat make de wrong right,like now, fcda has luck all de bank gate along amadu Bello way, dey are wrong entrance in de first place, but does entrance has been der for a long time.

Anonymous said...

i remember this shop. This was the first shop i went to when i relocated and they said 1 cupcake is N500. I just did "about turn" outta there. God will help you settle somewhere else.

Morgana said...

Well said.......Stella, are you saying that government should let things slide because of the recession in the country?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous this isnt the gwarimpa branch..its adetokunbo ademola

Mrs Power aka MP said...

First of all anon 16.21 reading ur write up hurts, try rereading ur comments before posting.

Secondly, SME n residential areas go hand in hand. This is the worst kind of betrayal from our govt. U won't give us fish n u don't also let us fish for ourselves. This is coming at the wrongest of times. Even if they r at d wrong place d fact dat its a pls of legitimate biz is enough to keep it open n even encourage people to open more. U make dis type of decisions in an economy dat is thriving.

I wonder who is advising these people.

sisi eko said...

Stella there are a lot of things to put into consideration when it comes to government marking a property for demolition.

First of all, the landlord may have built on the space illegally, and the spot may be an obstruction to road users. Or could have been built on a spot that needs to be accessed regularly by technicians. For example, community electricity, drainage, etc.

Some illegal structures can even be dangerous to the occupants/owners and it is the responsibility of the government to notify them, since some people can like to cut corners and won't do the right permit before building.

Some even obstruct flow of traffic in the area, like if u build on a busy road and turn it into a commercial spot, everyone will be affected. So my point is that there's always a tangible reason for such demolitions.

sisi eko said...

Oh thank u. You got it.

sisi eko said...

Another sensible comment

sisi eko said...

Correct

sisi eko said...

Lmaooo

Anonymous said...

Cameroun is not far

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