Anambra S£x Workers Face-Off With Governor Obiano Over The Demolition Of Their Shanties



The demolition of illegal structures on the Onitsha/Enugu Expressway by the Anambra State Government has displaced some ‘Night’ workers. Also dislodged by the demolition were some urchins believed to specialise in snatching people’s personal effects in the area.


Speaking with Southern City News on Friday, the leader of the night workers in the area, who identified herself as Linda, berated the state governor, Chief Willie Obiano, for approving the demolition.

She said, “So, this place has suddenly become ‘illegal structures’? This was where we voted for Obiano in the November 18 election. Why didn’t they demolish the so-called shanties before the election? The governor did not even consider giving us a notice before carrying this action. This is inhuman. We are human beings and we have the rights to shelter. But one thing is clear, nobody can force us out of this place. We shall obtain approved plans and build here. Nobody can render us homeless and jobless.

The state governor, Chief Willie Obiano, directed the Physical Planning Board, Head of Development Control, Army, Police, the Operation Clean and Healthy Anambra Brigade among others, to rid the state of illegal structures and shanties.

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