Chief Otunba Stephen Ajose of Shapati village in Ibeju Lekki Local Government Area of Lagos has decried an alleged trespass and encroachment of additional 10 acres of land by one Chief Frank C. Enendu to the 22 acres he sold to him at Shapati village in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government in Lagos.
Otunba Ajose in a media chart explained that Chief Frank Enendu bought a parcel measuring 22 acres from his family but afterward went ahead to not only to trespass but also wrongly and forcefully encroached and grabbed additional 10 acres without any authorisation.
According to the complainant, the said Chief Enendu has since resorted to his intimidation and harassment by allegedly using the police from Area J Zone to frame him up and effect his arrest.
Ajose said the matter has been moved from Elemoro Station to Area Command Office (Area J) Zone II.
Otunba accused the Chief of fabricating lies about the ownership of the additional acquired land.
“The Inspector-General of Police has waded into the matter and he wants to take a cursory look at the case in Abuja.
“On this note, we hereby want to bring to the attention of the residents of Ibeju-Lekki/Shapati town and the good people of Nigeria at large to know that Chief Frank .C. Enendu is not the rightful owner of the additional 10 acres of land he has illegally acquired,” Otunba said.
Meanwhile, calls and text messages sent to Chief Enendu’s mobile line by the correspondent to elicit response from him on the matter was unreturned.
Below are copies of the Deed of Assignment on the land transaction.
Below is the pdf version