Atiku,Ben Bruce, Fani Kayode, Omokri react to Ayefele’s N800m ‘music house’s demolition

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As early as 4am on Sunday, the Oyo state government moved to demolish radio house worth N800m. The building which belonged to popular musician, Yinka Ayefele was said to have contravened the original plan of the state.

However, there have been speculations that the building was demolished because the owner had joined opposition and was talking trash about the ruling All Progressives Congress.

Many Nigerians have come forward to condemn the act, saying it was ‘insensitive’ for government to destroy a place that provided employment to lots of people in the name of constitutionality.

Former vice president Atiku Abubakar, senator Ben Murray Bruce, Femi Fani Kayode and Reno Omokri have also dropped their opimoons on the issue.

Here’s what they had to say

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