It has been reported that a mild drama occurred at Sangotedo Community in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State.
Some suspected land grabbers fled on sighting former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s convoy, after he stormed the area to stop alleged encroachment on his ‘land’.
The visit of the former president, it was gathered, was a relief to the residents who have been under incessant attacks by a suspected land grabbing syndicate.
Premium Times reports that a large part of the land belonged to the former president although the information could not be verified.
A chief in the community, Adebayo Eniola, told Mr Obasanjo that the alleged influential personality behind the attacks claimed ownership of the land for the last 10 years.
Mr Eniola who received Obasanjo’s entourage in company of other residents said the coming of Mr Obasanjo would douse tension, as well as keep the land grabbers and their sponsor in check.
“The coming has doused tension, as you can see with the large turnout of residents here waiting to see the real owner of this land.
Let me quickly tell you that the land was purchased about 40-50 years ago from the original land owners, who incidentally are also relations of Baba (Obasanjo),” he said.