June 13, 2024
Gov. Abiodun Warns Traditional Rulers Against Selling Govt Land
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Gov. Abiodun Warns Traditional Rulers Against Selling Govt Land

The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, has warned that his administration would take disciplinary action against any person found selling government-owned land in its forest reserves and plantation across the state. 

His warning was directed at  the state’s traditional rulers, some of who he alleges have been involved in the act which he labelled as unpatriotic.

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Governor Abiodun, who handed down the warning described the action of the people, including some Obas who sell government land, as unpatriotic.

Speaking at the Statutory meeting of the State Council of Obas, held at the Oba’s Complex, Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, Governor Abiodun intimated the monarchs of his administration’s efforts at bringing in more investors to invest in the State, saying the Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of the Ogun State Dry Port at Kajola would be signed between the state government and a private investor before the end of the year, while discussions on the use of the Cargo Airport by Beninoise investors had been held with that country’s President.

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