Ogun NUJ Warns Trespassers to Stay Off Land Belonging to the Union

The Ogun State council of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) has issued a stern warning to one Mr Gbenga Olusoga to desist from encroaching on land belonging to the union.

The Chairman of the union Comrade Wale Olanrewaju gave the warning during a press conference held at the NUJ secretariat ,  Oke-ilewo Abeokuta, Ogun State capital.

Wale Olanrewaju, spoke out against the fraudulent activities of Mr Olusoga, who has been bragging about his high-level connections.

The union accused Mr Olusoga of trespassing on their land, and has called on him to immediately vacate the premises. Failure to comply with the union's demands could result in legal action being taken against him.

The NUJ has also called on relevant authorities to investigate Mr Olusoga's claims of having powerful connections and to rise up and address the situation.

According to the Chairman "Our site situated behind Providence Hotel at Leme axis, has been encroached on by unscrupulous land speculators/grabbers taking advantage of the land laying fallow over the years. 
Ogun NUJ Chairman, Comrade Wale Olanrewaju Addressing the press

"This fraudulent act is orchestrated by one Prince Gbenga Olusoga who brazenly brags of his connection in high places especially the Governor and government of Ogun State in connivance with one Engineer Lekan Banjoko who has no connection to the land and the area but going about feeding fat on vacant lands in connivance with his cohorts in government relevant agencies. This he boasts of at different fora. 
Mr Gbenga Olusoga

"Prince Olusoga, in flagrant disregard to NUJ ownership of the land, rented out our land to mechanics, panel beaters and the rest, collecting money and feeding fat where he did not sow. 

"For the records, the said land has a genuine Certificate of Occupancy (CofO) openly and proudly presented by Aremo Olusegun Osoba, former Governor of Ogun State while in office."

Comrade Wale also accused 
some  individuals who are retired and serving staff of the Federal Ministry of Works and Housing of attempting to sell the state secretariat of the union.

The Chairman claimed that the sale was orchestrated by a retired surveyor named Bajo, who had connections within the ministry.

Comrade Wale went on to address another pressing issue plaguing the union, the rise of prostitution in the secretariat. 

He referred to the women involved in this trade as "Olosho" and stated that the union had made concerted efforts to combat this menace. Despite these efforts, the situation has reached a crescendo and continues to be a cause for concern.

He said" With all our concerted efforts, these young ladies popularly called "Olosho" refused to cease coming to our secretariat to ply their illicit trades even in spite of the sting operations and other concerted efforts with security agencies to put to an end their unholy invasion of our premises. These, no doubt, has been a kind of dent on the image of the Ogun NUJ."

He therefore called on security agencies to help in getting rid of  the sex workers and drug peddlers who have turned the secretariat to their own. 

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