Kaduna sex party building demolished

Officials of the Kaduna State Urban State Urban Planing Development Agency (KASUPDA) have demolished the building that was to host the maiden edition of Kaduna sex party.

The Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the agency, Nuhu Garba told Nigerian Tribune that the building which is located at Sabon Tasha a suburb of Kaduna metropolis was demolished in the afternoon.

He said the demolition was carried out based on the laws guiding the agency.

“The law has vested the agency the power to demolish any building that contravenes the rights of occupancy.

“For instance, if a residential building is turned into something other than the purpose it was meant, the law gave us power to demolish such property especially if it’s against public interest.”

Garba also said, “we were in Narayi (another suburb) too to carry out similar assignment. We are currently demolishing another building that promotes illicit acts.”

Tribune Online reports that the demolition comes barely 24 hours after those behind the sex party were arrested.

A source who pleaded for anonymity revealed that many arrests were made between Wednesday and Thursday.


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