Prince Kpokpogri, has promised to become a landlord in the same area where his house was demolished in less than a week.
The socialite had taken to social media on Saturday May 14, to lament bitterly after his multi-million naira house located in Abuja was demilished by the he Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).
While Kpokpogri claimed that the demolition was a result of his refusal to sell the house to some people who had offered him money for the property, the Senior Special Assistant to the FCT Minister on Monitoring, Inspection, and Entrustment, Attah Ikharo, revealed that the building was demolished because it was built on a major highway and didn’t get approval from the necessary agencies.
“His house is on a super highway known as M-16. He doesn’t even have a building plan approval. It’s like somebody who knows that the highway is coming sold the land to him and he just went to build. We have been asking him to stop but he refused.” He said.
Taking to his Insta-stories, Kpokpogri declared that he would get himself a new house within one week in the same area.
“My house on the hilltop overseeing Abuja city before the demolition. Exactly one year today that my senior friend Ned Nwoko opened my house in Abuja, the Minister ordered it’s demolition after many persons offered money to buy it which I rejected. In Abuja, I can’t be a tenant. By next week, I will be a landlord again in Abuja in the same area”. He wrote.