“I will be a landlord again in one week” Prince Kpokpogri assures himself as he recovers from a huge loss

Prince Kpokpogri, a Delta state politician, is consoled by the loss of his multimillion-naira property.

Tonto Dikeh’s ex-lover was distraught and saddened when his 700 million home was razed in the blink of an eye.

According to Gossipinfo news, the lawmaker shouted out in agony as he watched his home being demolished without warning by FCDA (Federal Capital Development Authority).

According to Kpokpogri, who claims he has no idea who is responsible for the damage, FCDA rushed his building without warning early in the morning and began destroying his gate and fence.

Despite having all of the legal documentation for the property, the troubled businessman said he had no idea what he had done to merit the demolition.

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“I have children and visitors inside the house and these people just came and started demolishing without any reason”, he cried out.

Kpokpogri took to his social media page to assure himself of recovering from his loss.

He promised himself that by next week he would be a landlord again.

“My house on the hilltop overseeing Abuja city before the demolition. Exactly one year today that my senior friend Ned Nwoko opened my house in Abuja, tye Minister ordered it’s demolition after many persons offered money to buy it which I rejected. I’m Abuja, I can’t be a tenant. By next week, I will be a landlord again in Abuja in the same area”.

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