ABEOKUTA—Ogun State House of Assembly  yesterday disclosed that, it has submitted its report on land  deals between 2004 and 2011 by the immediate-past administration   and  has   recommended  cancellation of all concession given within the period.

The Chairman, House Committee on land matters, Remmy Hassan gave the hint that, the House had submitted  the reports on its findings and has also recommended that land policy adopted then should be changed.

Speaking yesterday on a private radio station  in Abeokuta, Hassan, said  a lot of  discoveries were made  by the committee and  has consequently  made  some  recommendation, which he said , include, total cancellation  of  concession  of Olumo rock, Apoje farms, Gateway Hotels in Abeokuta, Ijebu-Ode and Ota among others.

When asked whether the House  has submitted its report to the Independent  Corrupt Practices   and other  offences related Commission, ICPC,  for the next action, the Chairman of the committee said, the decision lies on the executive.

It will be recalled that, the House  had set up the committee   to look into the acquisition, revocation and other land deals  by Daniel’s administration with a review to  redressing some alleged anormalies done by the past administration.


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