Gogorodari told our correspondent in a telephone interview that the state government should have carried out proper investigation before demolishing his hotel.
The Lagos-based hotelier said that the demolition of two hotels was a setback for the state in terms of investment, adding that the development was not good for investors in the state.
“I am based in Lagos but I am not in the right frame of mind to speak now. There is nobody who will not feel bad about this. It is a hotel that I built for the past seven years. The demolition of hotels is a setback to the state in terms of investment.
“That was an investment that was taking care of my family and relatives and people around me. There was no fair hearing before the demolition took place. With this, many people are out of jobs.
“I did not violate any order. The government was supposed to do some investigations before doing that. And if they found me wanting, then another procedure should be followed; not demolishing a structure like that,” Gogorodari said.
You may be interested
“48 In Lagos, 8 In Rivers” – Nigeria Records 82 New Coronavirus Cases As Total Rises To 67,412Webby - November 30, 2020
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recorded 82 new cases of coronavirus, bringing the total number of infections…
Jude, Ify Okoye celebrate their daughter at 6Webby - November 29, 2020
<!-- --> Jude Okoye’s daughter By Jennifer Okundia C.E.O Northside Music Limited and Northside Entertainment front-liner, Jude Okoye and his…
Call for medical panel to examine Buhari’s mental stateWebby - November 29, 2020
<!-- President Buhari: a citizen calls for medical panel to examine mental state --> President Buhari: a citizen thinks everything…