3,000 Illegal Structures On Ogun Public Schools’ Land

Chairman of the state House of Assembly Committee on Education Science and Technology, Adeyinka Mafe disclosed at a public hearing on public schools’ land encroachment that over 3,000 buildings are illegally erected on lands reserved for public primary and secondary schools across Ogun State.

About 70 schools were affected across the state.

The illegal buildings include churches, guest houses, filing stations and hospitals.

The Assembly, after scrutinizing relevant documents of individuals involved will make appropriate recommendations to the state government, he said.

The forum was aimed at addressing the challenges of encroachment into the property of educational institutions and to deliberate on how best to solve the issue.


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