Lagos Lawmakers To Pass Law That Will Revoke Non-Indigenes Properties
The Lagos State House speaker said they would raise bills to “protect Lagos Indigenes from investors buying up lands, building real estate”.
Mudashiru Obasa, Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, announced the state would pass legislation to “safeguard its indigenes”.
Once this Law is passed, according to him, many land documents will be revoked.
“Going forward in this wise, we’re going to employ all legislative instruments for the support of the indigenes of Lagos.
“There would be laws and resolutions in the areas of economy and commerce…property and titles and WE WILL REVERSE ALL that is reversible to protect the interest of the indigenes,” he said in his acceptance speech after he was unanimously elected as speaker of the assembly.