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Friday, 18 February 2022

Magodo Land Dispute: Lagos Government Goes To Supreme Court.

 


The Lagos State Government has returned to the Supreme Court to seek clarification on the division

among judgement creditors on the Shangisha/Magodo crisis.

Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, in a statement on Friday, said following the intervention of Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, officials of the State Government and representatives of the Shangisha Landlords Association (the judgment creditors) held a series of meetings at which both parties explored the possibility of complying with the judgment of the Supreme Court.

He said at the said meetings, two issues arose, one of which was a serious division among the judgment creditors as to who controlled or had the right to represent the Association.

The other issue, he said was the demand by the judgment creditors that a single global Certificate of Occupancy should be issued in the name of the Association as opposed to the position of the State Government that each of the 549 members of the Association would be given allotment letters individually.

 

Given the sharp divide between the two factions of the judgment creditors on who has authority to represent the Association and the disagreement regarding whom the Certificate of Occupancy should be issued (collectively or individually), the State Government has approached the Supreme Court to seek further directives and clarifications on both issues.

“The Judgment Creditors have been served with the application. The State Government, however, wishes to reiterate its commitment to complying with the judgment of the Supreme Court once these two issues are resolved,” he said.

Source: PM Newspaper

 

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