The FCT Administration will revert all plots of land wrongfully or illegally acquired to the rightful owners in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The FCT minister, Malam Muhammad Bello, dropped this hint on Thursday in his office while receiving the members of the Standing Committee of the Jamanatul-Nasril-Islam (JNI) on Landed Properties in the Federal Capital Territory led by its chairman and the Emir of Lafia, Alhaji Mustapha Agwai I in his office.
The minister said that this action has become necessary in order to ensure that equity and justice is not only done but also, seen to be done to all and sundry.
Bello reiterated that his administration would try to ensure that that there is fairness in handling the said problem of wrongful allocations of plots of land in Abuja.
According to him, there are plots of land earmarked for religious worship centres in all the Districts of the Federal Capital City, and that all religious faith would be treated equally.
The minister emphasized that although the FCT Administration is not allocating new plots of land for now, but anytime it would be done, all religious faith would be given fair share.
He stated all those that have genuine cases over their plots of land would amicably be resolved and therefore urged all those with such problems to exercise patience.
The minister stressed that some of the problems that caused the knotty disputes of double allocations and wrongful acquisition of plats of land in Abuja were primarily due to weaknesses in the institutions.
Speaking earlier, the Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Jamanatul-Nasrul-Islam (JNI) on Landed Properties in the Federal Capital Territory who is also the Emir of Lafia, Alhaji Mustapha Agwai I said they were in the FCTA to officially remind the administration to help in retrieving some of its properties wrongfully taken away.
The Andoma of Doma, Alhaji Ahmadu Aliyu Oga-Onawo who also spoke at the occasion noted that some of the organization’s landed properties encroached upon are the Eid Prayer Ground along the Umaru Musa Yar-Adua Expressway (Airport Road) and in Gwarinpa I District (Life-Camp) amongst others.