Ex-lawmaker accuses FCT Minister Wike of Abuja land grabbing for Lebanese developers.

In a startling revelation, former House of Representatives member and Abuja land developer, Hon Linus Ukachukwu, has accused the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, of orchestrating a land-grabbing scheme in the nation’s capital. The alleged motive? To favor certain Lebanese developers at the expense of rightful landowners.

Ukachukwu minced no words, asserting that Wike’s political clout held no sway over him: “Wike can’t intimidate me; he has no address outside politics.” The developer’s recently demolished Abuja property became the epicenter of this contentious battle. Ukachukwu, a recipient of a national honor in 2003 for his pioneering role in Abuja property development, questioned Wike’s actions and wondered where the minister was when he received this prestigious recognition.

The saga deepens as Ukachukwu also implicated Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, a former FCT minister, in the alleged collusion with Lebanese developers. According to Ukachukwu, the land in question was allocated to him in the nineties, but El-Rufai’s intervention complicated matters. Despite legal battles and court proceedings, the initial allotee retained ownership, and the court confirmed the legitimacy of the documents.

“How can you call Linus Ukachukwu and Nicholas Ukachukwu land grabbers?” Ukachukwu challenged. “We need a serious apology from Wike. When you talk of integrity, we never go into shady deals.” The gravity of this accusation reverberates through the corridors of power, raising questions about transparency, accountability, and the rights of landowners in Abuja.


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