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Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by GistMorer: 6:27am On Sep 10
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The Bayelsa State Environmental Sanitation Board began the demolition of illegal structures along the only highway that leads into the state capital.

According to the officials, the structures are not befitting of a state capital but the owners have been venting their anger and pleading for more time to move their wares. They also said the traders and other occupants of the structures had been given an order to vacate the area since January, but they did not obey it.

Chairman of the Sanitation Authority, Robert Enogha, “In January this year, we started marking (the structures). Then from April, we started giving abatement notices. Conscious of the fact that things are hard, (and) relocation is also very hard, we gave that grace and I think the grace is overwhelming us. This is September already we have entered the ‘ember months. Conscious of the fact that things are hard, (and) relocation is also very hard, we gave that grace and I think the grace is overwhelming us. This is September already we have entered the ‘ember months’ he said,

According to the demolition team, the structures are defacing the Bayelsa State capital and can as well be a hideout for criminals.

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by haryorbarmie83(m): 6:28am On Sep 10
Then government should create space for them to go about their business.



Dedicate this FTC to PMB.

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by lafflaff123(m): 6:30am On Sep 10
ok
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by ShobayoEmma(m): 6:34am On Sep 10
Is it not better to auction them than to just demonish them for nothing sake.
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Tenkobos(m): 6:40am On Sep 10
Just seven days?
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by richidinho(m): 7:30am On Sep 10
wink
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by favourmic(m): 7:54am On Sep 10
Im very sure my people wont like this development


85% of Nigerians are very good in lamentation

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by johnjay4u2u(m): 7:57am On Sep 10
nice
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Stephenchisky(m): 7:58am On Sep 10
]omg just seven days this is wickedness no wonder the poor remains poorer
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Iscoalarcon: 7:58am On Sep 10
Seriake Dickson ko Dickhead ni undecided
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by olamil34: 7:58am On Sep 10
alot of landlords will die of high blood pressure
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by uyplus(m): 7:59am On Sep 10
Oil rich state with a very low population, yet more than 80% of its indigenes are wallowing in abject poverty. Salaries and pensions are still yet to be paid for by the state government. Nigeria is cursed.

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Houseofglam7: 8:00am On Sep 10
E concern dem undecided
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Blizzy9ja: 8:00am On Sep 10
They should also demolish the mud house between Okutukutu and Opolo junction... Maybe the govt should help resettle the occupants... that house is an eye sore, a structure not befitting of a 21st Century state capital.

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Semper247(m): 8:01am On Sep 10
ShobayoEmma:
Is it not better to auction them than to just demonish them for nothing sake.
Must you say anything? Auction what? Mtcheeeww!

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by 8stargeneral: 8:01am On Sep 10
Hope u are to pay damages to d owners,7 days is really unfair.
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by simpleshawls(m): 8:02am On Sep 10
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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Iscoalarcon: 8:04am On Sep 10
Blizzy9ja:
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this is kwaraption sad shocked
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by free2ryhme: 8:04am On Sep 10
GistMorer:
@GistMore

The Bayelsa State Environmental Sanitation Board began the demolition of illegal structures along the only highway that leads into the state capital.

According to the officials, the structures are not befitting of a state capital but the owners have been venting their anger and pleading for more time to move their wares. They also said the traders and other occupants of the structures had been given an order to vacate the area since January, but they did not obey it.

Chairman of the Sanitation Authority, Robert Enogha, “In January this year, we started marking (the structures). Then from April, we started giving abatement notices. Conscious of the fact that things are hard, (and) relocation is also very hard, we gave that grace and I think the grace is overwhelming us. This is September already we have entered the ‘ember months. Conscious of the fact that things are hard, (and) relocation is also very hard, we gave that grace and I think the grace is overwhelming us. This is September already we have entered the ‘ember months’ he said,

According to the demolition team, the structures are defacing the Bayelsa State capital and can as well be a hideout for criminals.

More @: http://www.GistMore.com/photos-bayelsa-state-demolishes-illegal-structures








na make shift shanties be illegal structure wey una no wan make we hear word
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by panifid(m): 8:04am On Sep 10
Tenkobos:
Just seven days?

Seven days, four months ago.... Look at the date 26-5-17

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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by HoneySwag(f): 8:09am On Sep 10
too bad
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by jumich1(m): 8:10am On Sep 10
Can't see any structures here. Just shanties! tongue
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Platony(m): 8:10am On Sep 10
Useless people,..d shop wit d date is my wife's. U need d see d eye service wrk dey wer doin cos der boss ws der. It is d same pple dat met us for money which we declined becos i told dem dey've marked d shop for demolition, why wil dey stil cm for money. If u knw Bayelsa or reside in Bayelsa especially d state capital Yenagoa, u'll knw dis demolition is nt d issue bothering d state. Poor road netwrk, poor drainage system n more. I ws approached by d Channels TV correspondent for an interview bt, refused. I cannot start lamenting or cursing as seen most tyms on TV weneva issues of such arises. By God's grace am above dat level n av already gotten my wife a shop b4 dey came for d demolition. Ask those dat knws dis state very wel if dey cn count d number of monkey bridges (Locally made wooden bridges) here in a state capital, its uncountable. Under development is here is high compared to her southern neighbor's lyk Rivers, Delta e.t.c, i dnt evn wnt to talk of Akwa Ibom becos dat wan na New York wer Bayelsa dey, lol. Ask d heads of d state if dis demolition is d issue bothering d state. I am nt sayin al dese cos am affected no, am jst saying d bitter truth. Here ar sm of d pics of d shop wen it ws stil standing. lolss

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The Bayelsa State Environmental Sanitation Board began the demolition of illegal structures along the only highway that leads into the state capital.

According to the officials, the structures are not befitting of a state capital but the owners have been venting their anger and pleading for more time to move their wares. They also said the traders and other occupants of the structures had been given an order to vacate the area since January, but they did not obey it.

Chairman of the Sanitation Authority, Robert Enogha, “In January this year, we started marking (the structures). Then from April, we started giving abatement notices. Conscious of the fact that things are hard, (and) relocation is also very hard, we gave that grace and I think the grace is overwhelming us. This is September already we have entered the ‘ember months. Conscious of the fact that things are hard, (and) relocation is also very hard, we gave that grace and I think the grace is overwhelming us. This is September already we have entered the ‘ember months’ he said,

According to the demolition team, the structures are defacing the Bayelsa State capital and can as well be a hideout for criminals.

More @: http://www.GistMore.com/photos-bayelsa-state-demolishes-illegal-structures







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Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Blizzy9ja: 8:17am On Sep 10
Iscoalarcon:
this is kwaraption sad shocked
I just booked space, den went inside to brush.
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by Pavarottii(m): 8:19am On Sep 10
Good development..
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by denaldaniel: 8:23am On Sep 10
Always demolishing

Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by takenadoh: 8:29am On Sep 10
Why is this on FP
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by asuustrike2009: 8:34am On Sep 10
takenadoh:
Why is this on FP
It was on channels TV news yesterday night at 10p.m news. So this ought to have hit front page before the news reportage on channels TV
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by takenadoh: 8:37am On Sep 10
asuustrike2009:

It was on channels TV news yesterday night at 10p.m news. So this ought to have hit front page before the news reportage on channels TV
How is it news worthy?

From what you just said, anything on Channels is suppose to be on NL FP?
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by asuustrike2009: 8:45am On Sep 10
takenadoh:

How is it news worthy?

From what you just said, anything on Channels is suppose to be on NL FP?
Not really but for it to be aired on that platform shows that the op wasn't fast enough to deliver this report on time. Report of this nature needs to hit front page to draw the attention of the government and the general public. I watched how some persons complained they were taken unaware during the interview even though they were informed since January this year as alleged by government's representative. Op should have being detailed to get a balanced news reportage as was done by channels TV
Re: Photos: Bayelsa State Demolishes Illegal Structures by nengibo: 8:58am On Sep 10
ShobayoEmma:
Is it not better to auction them than to just demonish them for nothing sake.
Auction illegal structures?

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