Wonderful _ Deaf Students Drag Oyo Govt To Court Over Seizure Of 39-Acre Land
An Oyo State High Court sitting in Ibadan, the state capital, under the authority of Justice Fadeyi on Tuesday brought authorities of the state government to show up before it on May 14, over a land property purportedly having a place with the Association of the Deaf in Ibadan.
Every day POST reviews that understudies of Christian Mission for the Deaf, Ibadan, had hauled the Oyo state government to court over supposed seizure of 39 sections of land of their territory.
The understudies had in October a year ago, before hauling the state government to court, challenged the commanding take-over of the said land. https://dailypost.ng/2018/07/10/hard of hearing moronic people dissent unlawful land-procurement oyo-government/
The irate dissidents were driven by the National Chairman of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of Christian Mission for the Deaf, Mr. Silas Ike.
Ike, while depicting the obtaining as unlawful, said the mission purchased 39 sections of land of arrive on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway in 2004 with an arrangement to manufacture the main uncommon college for the tragically challenged in the nation and Africa on it.
The dissidents, who raged the Agodi Government Secretariat, conveyed bulletins with different engravings, for example, “We need in excess of 39 sections of land for the proposed college”; “We need our property for proposed college”; “Kindly, don’t abuse the hard of hearing”; “Don’t resettle individuals on our territory”, “We purchased our property with gifts from individuals.”
Others read: “The hard of hearing have rights to live better life”; “We need our territory for school”; “Oyo State government ought not strongly possess the hard of hearing’s property”; “We need our territory for professional preparing and hard of hearing college” and “The hard of hearing are powerless, if you don’t mind
Be that as it may, the Commissioner for Land and Housing, Mr. Isaac Omodewu, who tended to the nonconformists, guaranteed them that he would meet the senator, who he said was out of the state, on the issue.
It was assembled on Tuesday that the school had put the disputable land aside for the development of a college to be known as Deaf University, Ibadan to provide food for the instructive needs of the hard of hearing.
Yet, the state government was affirmed to have started development on the said 39-section of land, which individuals from the relationship of the hard of hearing claimed was commandingly taken from them.
The affiliation asked the court for a request for Governor Abiola Ajimobi to keep up business as usual, pending the assurance of the movement for interlocutory directive documented under the watchful eye of the court.
Be that as it may, guidance to the state government, Mrs Omolara Adepoju, while talking on Tuesday, said the administration has begun getting ready to document its own announcement of barrier.
Fadeyi then dismissed the case till May 14, 2019 for further hearing.
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