Oyo state Govt. demolished Yinka Ayefele’s N800million Music House
Gospel musician, Yinka Ayefele and the Oyo stte government have been on this issue for a while as they claimed the Musician’s music house wasn’t built according to the approved plan.
The Oyo state government has finally carried out the demolition of the Music House. It was revealed days ago that the N800 million mansion, Music House was marked for demolition as some parts of it was not approved by the government.
The notice pasted on the structure days ago, according to David Ajiboye, Oyo state Director of Corporate Affairs and Promotions, stated that the owner of the building three days to vacate the building and remove the structure or risk its removal by the government.
Located on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, the building’s spiral staircase, mast, fence was not in the approved plan.
“And therefore the entire N800 million edifice where almost 150 people make their daily bread have to go down. You are all invited to the demolition show at the Music House tomorrow”.
When served the demolition notice days back, Yinka Ayefele reacted to the demolition notice stating that it is politically motivated. He said,
“We want to make it clear that Music House followed due process in the construction of the building and got relevant approvals from state departments and agencies associated with lands and buildings.”
Following the demolition, The singer took to Instagram to pour out his pain as he posted a picture of the demolished building and wrote
‘oyo state government did at last… my pain and my sweet..so help me God’