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Developers who are not part of original plan of the Corner Stone Estate Awka have been directed to leave the site, with immediately effect.

The chairman, Anambra State Physical Planning Board, Mr. Chike Maduekwe gave the directive when he embarked on familiarization tour with the newly inaugurated Board members at the Corner Stone Estate, Awka.
Shortly after he inspected structures and buildings at the Corner Stone Estate Awka, Barrister Maduekwe made it clear that the government will no longer allow illegal development of sites going on in the state, assuring that the board will improve the Internally Generated Revenue of the state by blocking all loop holes through which developers siphon funds into their private pockets, calling on developers to adhere strictly to the plan approved by the Anambra Physical Planning Board.
The Board chairman explained that, since government approved the Corner Stone Estate in Awka, it has been facing challenges from individuals who took laws into their hands by indiscriminately allotting the land to unsuspecting developers without obtaining building plan approval. 
In their separate reactions, other board members, Venerable Amaechi Okwuosa and the state Commissioner for lands, Mr. Nnamdi Onukwuba made it known that government cannot continue to condone illegality, reminding them, that the illegal structures and buildings will be demolished. 
Contributing the General Manager Anambra States Physical planning Board, Mr Victor Okpoko said they embarked on the tour in conjunction with Awka capital Territory Development Authority, advising Developers that since they have been properly served, they should comply in their own interest.
Responding the solicitor of the Estate Barrister Nduka Ezewuzie appreciated the government and the board members for the inspection noting that their presence will confirm to the public that the estate is government owned.

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