FCTA marks 500 structures for demolition, issues notice 24 hours to exercise

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The Department of Development Control Administration, FCTA, has issued a 24-hour demolition notice to operators of illegal markets and shanties along Karmo–Dei-Dei Road corridor.
According to report, over 500 illegal structures and shanties, situated along the road corridor were marked for demolition.
The Sector Monitor and Assistant Director in the department, Garba Jibril, who led the exercise in Abuja on Monday, stated that the affected owners were earlier served with several notices.
Jibril explained that demolishing the structures was necessary as they constitute a nuisance on the road in addition to heavy traffic, particularly on their market days.
He added that the Director of Development Control, Mukhtar Galadima, had held a sensitisation meeting with critical stakeholders on the matter.

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