- Following the demolition of his music house by the Oyo state government, Yinka Ayefele, the Christian singer, has expressed his grief
- Ayefele said that he obtained the needed approval and certifications from the state government before the construction of the said building
- He urged Toye Arulogun, state commissioner for information, culture and tourism, to desist from giving the public false news as to why the edifice was pulled down
The demolition of the music house of Yinka Ayefele, the famed Gospel singer, by the Oyo state government has sparked reactions from both himself and many of his fans, Punch reports.
Yinka Ayefele, in reaction to the development which took place on Sunday, August 19, has said that he obtained the necessary documents and due approvals prior to the construction of the building.
Speaking with newmen Ayefele said that necessary building permits were obtained from the government for the construction of the edifice.
In his statement, he urged Toye Arulogun, the state commissioner for information, culture and tourism, to “refrain from misleading the public” about what led to the demolition.
Ayefele suggested that a discussion relating to the establishment of a central abattoir by the state government could have prompted the development.
He added that the FM station belonged to the people and that he had left everything to God. In an announcement aired on the radio station during its global update, the management of the station called for order after the sad incident.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported that tears flowed freely on the cheeks of residents of Challenge in Ibadan as Oyo state government in the early hours of Sunday, August 19, carried out its threat to demolish the Music House belonging to Ayefele.
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