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Olorunda ,Oyinlola Market Association Petitioned CP Lagos Valentine Buraimoh Over Illegal Demolition of Shopping Mall In Amuwo Odofin

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Olorunda ,Oyinlola Market Association Petitioned CP Lagos Valentine Buraimoh Over Illegal Demolition of Shopping Mall In Amuwo Odofin

 

Written By Dedeigbo Ayodeji

Posted By Town Crier News Nigeria

 

Published By Fitness Network Communications

 

Olorunda ,Oyinlola Market Association Petitioned CP Lagos Valentine Buraimoh Over Illegal Demolition of Shopping Mall In Amuwo Odofin

In a Press conference today which was organized by the Legal Counsel Bar. Adeshina Ogunlana with the Executive members of Olorunda, Oyinlola Market Association was this morning call the attention of the Commissioner of Police Lagos State Police Command for quick intervention in respect of the Subject matter concerning the lawlessness first defendant in Suit of the Market Association against the Illegal destruction, demolition, demolition of their Market as well as disobedience to Court Order on October 2021 here goes the petition which was submitted and received by the Commissioner of Police Lagos State Police Command

In the petition which was read to the newsmen this morning read that, ” On Friday 12th of August 2022, Mr. Valentine Buraimoh, the chairman, Amuwo Odofin Local Government led about twenty persons to the premises of the Olorunda Oyinlola Market to “commission” same and declared the market open for use of some unknown “allotees” and subscribers.
The previous day, the said chairman, displaying what is judicially known as
“executive rascality” caused to be installed at the market a plaque commemorating his illegal act. Attached herewith is a picture of the said plaque.
You will kindly recall sir, that we have much earlier by way of correspondences brought to your attention the fact of an on going case between our more than 5000 members strong client of the Olorunda Oyinlola Market Association, Festac Versus Amuwo Odofin Local Government, Federal Housing Authority and the Lagos State Government in suit no ID\9827\2020. Attached herewith are copies of such said correspondences.
Kindly also note sir, that the Claimants, our client, have successfully obtained an order of interlocutory injunction on October 2021 against the Amuwo Odofin Local Government and other defendants in these terms. Please find attached a copy of the said ruling of the honourable court.
It is in reckless disobedience of the clear court orders that Valentine Buraimoh purported to commission our clients market which he fraudulently re- christened Alhaja Abibat Mogaji International Market on 12th August 2022 in a vain bid to cover his act of brazen grave contempt.
In addition, his conduct is also a breach of the peace, by way of his deliberate reckless breach of the orders of court and resort to self help and he has greatly offended the sensibilities of our clients and is inciting them to react in like manner to defend their interests in their market.
Mr. Commissioner Sir, we know that it is the constitutional responsibility of your institution to maintain the law and order, which responsibility includes giving enforcement to the lawful judicial orders. It is in this light that we humbly but urgently once again invite the attention and intervention of your high office into our complaints.
It is even more appalling that Amuwo Odofin Local Government which is perpetrating this reckless illegality, is in full knowledge of the order of the our client’s injunction at the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division and which appeal is to be heard on 1st February 2023.
Clearly the Amuwo Odofin Local Government Chairman is deliberate and calculated in his action of commissioning a market under the constraint and weight of a judicial order of injunction. This must not be countenanced by security agencies to forestall any incitement to retaliatory actions and breakdown of law and order.
Our specific request and demand is the CLOSURE of the purported ALHAJA ABIBAT MOGAJI MARKET fortwith until the determination of the case between the parties, as ordered by the honourable court (per Hon. Justice Ogunsanya of the Ikeja High Court).
Thank you Sir, in anticipation of your prompt consideration and treatment of this petition.


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