Oyo State Opens Up On Demolition Of Ayefele’s Music House
THE leading counsel to the Oyo State government, Yomi Alliyu (SAN) has told an Oyo state High court in Ibadan that the government of the state was not responsible for the destruction of the office of a popular gospel singer, Dr. Yinka Ayefele.
According to Dailytrust, the case was mentioned in court this morning. Justice Iyabo Yerima adjourned further hearing on the case till September 12 this year.
The Oyo State government had last week served a demolition notice on the building owner, claiming that the building contravened physical planning law. According to Ayefele, the building is valued at over N800m.
The Director of Yinka Ayefele Nigeria Limited, Mr David Ajiboye, told journalists on Thursday that there was a court notice, restraining the government from carrying out the demolition.
He had also stated that all relevant documents were obtained before the construction of the building.