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Deadline for removal of illegal structures is 7days, (January 9, 2020)

As was announced earlier for the information of the general public particularly residents, business owners, occupiers and owners of undeveloped plots within the Capital Territory, the Delta State Government has issued a 21 days notice, effective from Friday December 20, 2019, for all landlords and business owners to remove any illegal structures attached to their respective approved building plans.

Of particular note are the following streets:

i. Rebelle Street, DBS Road and all adjoining streets

ii. Cabinet Office Road and all adjoining streets

iii. Barr Elueche Street and all adjoining streets

iv. Okpanam Road and all adjoining streets

v. Direct Labour Agency Road and all adjoining streets

vi. Jesus Saves Road and all adjoining streets

vii. Nnebisi Road and all adjoining streets

viii. Anwai Road and all adjoining streets

Buildings with defaced paintings, untidy environment, overgrown with weeds or drainages stuffed with wastes within or around their surroundings should be evacuated within the given period.

The Joint Task Force On Environment will commence the imposition of requisite sanctions on defaulters as outlined in the Delta State Environmental Laws from January 10, 2020.*

Dona Obuseh
State Director of Information

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