The visiting Lawmakers were conducted round the Housing Complex by top management of Delta Development and Property Authority, DDPA.

The Chairman of the seven members Committee, Hon Ferguson Onwo, representing Isoko South 2, said the estate must be returned to its original design.

The Lawmaker emphasized that the estate was well planned, stressing that illegal constructions were constructed in violation of the law and should be demolished without compensation.

Flanked by two other members of the Committee, Honorables Pat Ajudua and Peter Uviejitobor, Hon Onwo warned occupants to desist from further erection of illegal buildings, stating that there would be no sympathy towards those who deliberately go against the detects of the law.

He directed the DDPA authority to furnish the Committee with details of those allocated the houses to ascertain individual allocations and the level of allegations of encroachments.            

On the information of a violent attack on DDPA surveyor who was to determine the boundary between new property and old residents property in the estate, Hon Onwo condemned the ugly incident and called for the persecution of the alleged perpetrator of the crime.

He said attacking the Surveyor with a Matchet by the residents was lawlessness taken too far, and expressed the hope that the law will take its course to discourage a repeat of such act.

Inspecting the multi million naira remodeling of the estate projects, Hon Onwo commended Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for giving the complex another facelift with the provision of additional houses, shopping mall, clinic and construction of new school building.

The Lawmaker stated that the new school will bring education closer to residents the area and its environs.

The Chairman, board of DDPA, Mr. Emmanuel Utomi who conducted the lawmakers round the quarters said the assault on staff of the Agency has been reported to the police and is currently under investigation.

He stated that the newly constructed Height Estate which will have one hundred and twenty flats in the first phase will parade state of the art facilities, such as evacuation free sewage which will be converted into cooking gas for occupants.

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