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Photos: Lagos Land Owners, Omo Onile Gang Orders Millennium Housing Estate Residents To Vacate

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Photos: Lagos Land Owners, Omo Onile Gang Orders Millennium Housing Estate Residents To Vacate

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Oct 6, 2015 – Pictures: Lagos Land Grabbers, Omo Onile Gang Orders Millennium Housing Estate Residents In Akowonjo Egbeda To Vacate Or Get Ejected

Omo Oniles Claiming Ownership Of Millennium Housing Estate

A notorious land-grabbing gang in Lagos, Omo Onile is trying to claim ownership of Millennium Housing Estate in Akowonjo area of Egbeda.

The housing estate that was sold to civil servants during Bola Tinubu’s administration is now being claimed by the Omo Oniles who warned flat owners to vacate within one month or face eviction.

Residents told police that the gang came around 12 noon on October 1st with weapons claiming to be the owners of the land used to build the estate.

They even claimed they have the support of the government to eject residents. They claimed Tinubu told them it is no longer his business when they approached him.

Hear what one of the residents said on FB:

“Please we are begging the government of Lagos state to interfere before things go out of hand completely.We live in fear. Each flat was bought with millions of naira and they are threatening to destroy everything.”

These Omo Oniles are making land acquisition in Lagos difficult.

Hope Ambode will come to Millenium Estate residents rescue before these hoodlums attack them.



  1. Josiah Jude

    October 6, 2015 at 2:03 AM

    This thing is simple let Lagos pass a law criminalizing land grabbing. All these extortion will stop

  2. Omokehinde

    October 6, 2015 at 3:23 AM

    The troubles that these hoodlums called Omo Onile are causing in Lagos state should attract the attention of Governor Ambode. I’m not saying that any rightful owners of land in Lagos or elsewhere in the country should not collect payment for leasing or selling their land. But such payment or agreement should come before any building or property is built on the land. After receiving the payments for the land onbthe day of the purchase, they have no right to disturb law bidding citizens on their private properties. Disturbing private properties owners on their properties amounts to criminal behavior, and the state legislature should pass law forbidden such criminal behavior or action from Omo Onile. This is another test of Ambode administration, is the governor going to put his citizen’s safety ahead of Omo Onile interests that they deploy for political reasons.

  3. Danti

    October 6, 2015 at 8:09 AM

    I am tired of all this omo onile, is this not economic terrorism? Lagos state is only state that allow the commercialization of this nonsense. People in the aforementioned district must lnform the GOC in the nearby Army barrack; any group or thugs that disturb peace must be ruthlessly dealt with. These people are monkeys and they deserve highest maltreatment.

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