Kano State Government has requested Emir of Kano Muhammadu Sanusi II, to ship his account details to obtain a compensation of N4.5m compensation over his N250m property which was demolished to pave method for the continued flyover and underpass being constructed on the Dangi Roundabout space.
Kano State Bureau for Land Administration spokesperson, Murtala Shehu Umar who made the enchantment in a press release launched on Wednesday December 4, mentioned the state’s Government has since launched cash to settle the compensation for all affected buildings within the space. In accordance with him, solely the Emir is but to submit his financial institution details.
Umar mentioned the government didn’t seize “any land belonging to the Monarch. Though as most people is conscious that the current administration of Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje is establishing a big Underpass, first of its form within the nation at Dangi on Zaria street, and because of the nature of design and dimension of the underpass some buildings inside the space had been affected and wanted to be faraway from the realm.
“Among the many buildings affected are 2 wall fenced lands belonging to the Emir, one at Ibrahim Dabo Street, and the opposite at Dr. Borodo Street and one other huge dilapidated room connected to the partitions, these buildings had been eliminated with the consent of His Royal Highness because it was not the entire plot that was affected as some Media reported.
“Any particular person is free to go to the realm to evaluate and see for himself to keep away from doubt and report back to most people what he/she has seen as a substitute of carrying information from the individuals who don’t need peace within the State.
“Based on this development Kano State Bureau for Land Management is appealing to His Royal Highness the Emir of Kano Malan Muhammadu Sanusi II to send his account details for the payment of his compensation, since the Government has released the money to the Bureau to settle all the compensation of the affected structures, and only the Emir is yet to submit his bank details as at this time”
It was additional gathered that officers of the Ministry of Lands have confirmed that Emir Sanusi bought the 1.2-hectare land in 2010 at a value of N200 Million and that it was lately valued for N250 Million at a industrial charge.