ABEOKUTA — The Igbo traders in Ogun State whose shops were demolished by officials of the state government for expansion of roads   have appealed to the state  governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun to ensure fairness and justice in allocation of new shops.

The President-General, Igbo  Community  Assembly in the state,  Chief  Anigwe Osita-Martins stated this,  weekend, during  2013 Igbo Cultural Day celebration in Abeokuta.
Osita-Martins stated that,  the affected traders under the  Nzuko Ndi Igbo in the state  have written governor Amosun over their plight and had appealed to him to consider them after the completion of the new shops being built by the government across the  state.

According to the President, Governor Amosun should be commended for his unprecedented urban  renewal programme which will help the economy in the state to grow.


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