Tonto Dikeh’s ex-lover, Kpokpogiri, devastated over demolition of Abuja home
Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh’s ex-lover, Joseph Egbri, better known as Prince Kpokpogri, is currently distressed following the demolition of his Abuja home.
Live on his Instagram page, Kpokpogri alleged that his house was being destroyed by the Federal Capital Development Authority.
He noted that the house being destroyed was worth over N700m and the reason behind its destruction, they told him was an “order from above.”
In his words:
“They told me the order is from above… I have my building approval, I have all my documents, and I paid four million naira for the documentation fee.”
According to him, the FCDA monitored the house construction from the foundation to the finishing level.
He alleged that the government has decided to bring down his home because he was from the Niger Delta and has refused to sell the house to them.
Meanwhile, in response to the accusation shortly, the FCDA said:
“There is adequate inter-agency Corporation, the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) approached the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) for allocation and they were given global approval and were asked to make sure that the replacement plots aligned with approval.
“The plot in question was part of what was in the allocation, but because of the importance of the road, we wrote to FHA, notifying it that a number of their plots had been affected by the realignment of the road, and that we were going to give them replacement plots.
“We told them that no development should be allowed on the plots, and this was around 2019. We came for site visit and had given them notices. We even marked the building for demolition, but the owner cleaned it off”, Galadima said.
Kpokpogiri has, however, claimed that the decision to pull down his mansion worth over N700m was an act of oppression.
He 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, vowing to fight fervently to get justice.