The Ahmaddiyya Muslim Society in Ekiti State has accused former Governor Ayo Fayose of grabbing its land to build a filling station for his son.
The Muslim body urged Governor Kayode Fayemi to revoke the alleged unlawful allocation of the land to Fayose’s son to avert a crisis in the state.
It said the land, located at Odo Otu in Atikankan area of Ado-Ekiti, the state capital, was acquired in 1940 during the reign of the late Ewi, Oba Anirare Aladesanmi.
Ahmaddiyya Muslim Society described the “forcible takeover” by Fayose as “an act of oppression to Muslims in Ekiti”.
Placard-carrying members of the organisation staged a peaceful protest against the alleged land grab in Ado-Ekiti. Read more