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Traditional Ruler Inaugurates Committee To Checkmate Land Speculators
Published on: Tuesday, September 08, 2015

The State Government’s fight against land speculation and other sharp practices in land dealings, is gaining ground at the grassroot level, with various communities moving against the ugly situation.

To this end the traditional ruler of Oba in Idemili South Local Government Area, Igwe Peter C. Ezenwa and his council, as well as the Oba patriotic Union, O.P.U. have inaugurated a regulatory body on land sale and use.

The Oba Patriotic Union Land Use and sales Administration Committee, to check mate illegal land sale is headed by Chief Vincent Obi.

The code of conduct for all land deals in the state that individuals or kindred’s who have personal or communal lands have the right to sell their bona fide property, provided that the President General of the town mandatorily appends his signature to the agreement before the sale can be consummated and forwarded to the ministry of lands, for title deeds.

Secondly, that the Ministry of lands shall be informed to dishonor any application for a title deed which does not bear the signature of the president.

It also warned that any persons or persons who indulge in secret land deals and transactions would be punished by the Oba traditional laws and customs until they return to sanity, among other issues.

The resolution and code of conduct was jointly signed by the traditional ruler of the town, Igwe Peter Ezenwa, the President General O.P.U. Mr. Ifeatu Uzowulu, the Secretary General O.P.U. Mr. Clifford Enendu and the Chairman Land use and sale committee Chief Vincent Obi.

Speaking in an interview, Mr. Uzowulu said that during the Easter General Assembly of the OPU, the general assembly mandated that a land use and sales administration committee be established to bring out a set of rules and regulations for proper and well defined use and administration of sales transactions for all lands in Oba.

Some of the Igwe’s Cabinets and O.P.U. executive members stated that this will help in curtailing the crisis arising between families and villages in land sales as well as to maintain peace and conducive environment for development in Oba.

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