In line with implementation of Aba Urban Renewal policy by the Abia State government, the state government says it was embarking on a massive infrastructural rehabilitation of government buildings and all abandoned projects in the Aba metropolis.
Nigerian Pilot reports that one of such buildings is the long-abandoned, seven-storey edifice of the Enyimba Hotel complex near Aba waterside.
A statement by Mr. Godwin Adindu, Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, said,”government is aware that over the years, all manners of miscreants and illegal squatters have turned the place to their abode”.
The statement also directed all the illegal occupants in the building to vacate the place within one week of serving notice, adding that the relevant government agencies were ready to commence a massive rehabilitation work on the building.
Part of the statement reads:”Government is also using the opportunity to direct all illegal squatters in all government buildings or premises in the state to quickly vacate the places before the arrival of the government functionaries who have been mandated to commence work on such structures.”

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