Why we revoked Obi, Imoke, BUA and others plots of land – FCTA – moneyamebo


  • The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) explained why it revoked 167 plots of land in the metropolis of Abuja
  • The FCTA disclosed that the previous owners of the land violated the laws of the FCT by not developing the land within two years
  • Peter Obi, Liyel Imokewere some of the people affected.

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has explained that the revocation of lands in Abuja was because the previous owners failed to develop the plots of land.

Recall that the Wike led FCTA disclosed that it had revoked 167 plots of land across Maitama, Jabi, Gudu and other eyebrow areas in Abuja.

Wike, FCT, Land, Obi, BUA
Nyesom Wike, at his inaugural briefing, warned that underdeveloped land would be revoked. Photo Credit: FCTA/Nyesom Ezenwo Wike
Source: Facebook/Legit

Notable Nigerians like Peter Obi, former Cross River governor Liyel Imoke, Sam Nda-Isaiah, Donubari Josephine Kogbara and Ishaya Baba were all affected by the revocation order of the FCTA.

Others affected include Musa Aboki Egu, Hassan Hadejia, Uffot Joseph Ekaette, Shittu Mohammed, Udoma Udo Udoma, Kanu Agabi, Niki Niki Tobi, Ishaku Bello, BUA International, among others.

FCTA explains why it revoked Obi, Imoke and other’s land in Abuja

The Director of FCTA Information and Communication of the FCTA, Hazat Sule, explained that the plot of lands were left underdeveloped for more than two years, he further explained that the development was against the regulations of the FCTA.

Daily Trust had earlier reported that the stipulated norm is for the allottees of the plots of land to develop the plot of land allotted to them within 2 years.


Since his appointment as the Minister of the FCT, Nysem Wike has vowed to reform the FCT and take the right decisions even if it would affect the high and mighty in the society.



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