Tonto Dikeh’s ex-boyfriend, Prince Joseph Kpokpogiri’s mansion has been demolished in Abuja.
The mansion was turned into rubbles today.
Officials of FHA, alongside its Managing Director, Gbenga Ashafa, visited the site of the doomed building three days ago, in company of some top Management team of FCTA,
The officials claimed that the plot of land originally belonged to FHA, but proper building plan was not approved before the mansion was erected.
According to FHA, notices to stop work were served at different stages and time of the work, but Kpokpogiri refused to comply.
Also, the Executive Secretary of the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA), Malam Shehu Hadi, who was also in the team that visited the site, said the road alignment had been done long ago and FHA was duly notified.
Hadi noted that the alignment, which the demolished building obstructed, was designed to serve as an important bye-pass to Abuja-Keffi axis.
He added that any plan to realign the road because of the building would be difficult and not fair judgment to those that it would affect, considering that the demolished building was not in existence earlier when the plan started.
Kpokpogiri has, however, claimed that the decision to pull down his mansion worth over N700 million, was an act of oppression.
Kpokpogiri alleged that his house was demolished because he refused to sell it to some ” powerful ” but unnamed individuals who had begged him to sell the property to them.
He assured that he would fight fervently to get justice for the demolished building.