Soludo gives reason behind demolition of ‘Indaboski’s’ church

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Anambra State Governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, has explained why the demolition of the Mountain of Holy Ghost Intervention and Deliverance Ministry owned by controversial Prophet, Chukwuemeka Ohanaemere, better known as ‘Indaboski’ in Onitsha took place.

The governor, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Christian Aburime, said the cleric failed to comply with government’s directive to remove illegal building he erected on the waterway.
Ohanaemere’s church in March this year was identified by the government as one of the buildings sitting on drainage channels, and marked for demolition, in line with Onitsha Urban Renewal Plan spearheaded by the state government.
The statement reads, “Following the expiration of the more than two weeks’ notice beginning from April 2022 served on developers and building owners who built several illegal structures along the waterway in Fegge and environs within Onitsha, Anambra state government has begun demolition of such structures.
“The exercise which is being carried out by a joint government task force, commenced the exercise from Bida Road by Modebe Avenue, Fegge Onitsha.”

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